1 in 23,000,000 by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman

By Dr. Peter S. Ruckman

Here's a ebook, the Holy Bible, written through 40 male authors, writing from 3 continents, via a interval of greater than 1,800 years, and it screens a mathematical miracle, facing old occasions, that no desktop might show with the abiblity to list 50,000,000 items of knowledge in keeping with moment.

What specific quirk of perverted common sense might lead any "modern guy" to miss this kind of e-book? along this publication, the Holy Bible, all different ' "holy writtings" are affordable, shallow, superficial, spiritual nonsense. 171 pages gluebound

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Of course, Moses! If a Rock can beget a nation (Deut. 32:18), a Rock can beget one Man (1 Cor. 10:1— 4), and as far as that goes, a Rock could begat a Rock (1 Cor. 10:1-4; Matt. 3:9)! Provided, of course, it isn’t one of Darwin’s ‘rocks’ or some Pope’s ‘rock’ (Deut. 32:31). Their rocks are not like our Rock (Deut. ” The scribe was silent. Evidently, the Lord had finally convinced him that “mum” WAS the word. Finally, he sighed and said, “Well, if the rest of this stuff I wrote (like Cain killing Abel and Joseph’s brothers trying to kill him and Esau trying to kill Jacob and Israel trying to kill me [Acts 7:25, 35; Num.

25:31; Psa. 2:6, 8-12; Psa. 110; Isa. 2, 11; Luke 1:30-33; Acts 2:30, 36; and Zech. 14:3, 9). 2. The repeated warning that this throne is to be found on this planet in a visible, literal temple, built on a physical, earthly piece o f land, inside a literal, vis­ ible city; and this city and this land are said to be God’s personal piece of real estate (Ezek. 38:16; Joel 2:18; Isa. 14:25; Psa. 105:44,48:8, 87:3; 1 Kings 11:36, and Psa. , Beirut, Mecca, Chicago, Los Angeles, Bombay, Hong Kong, Havana, etc.

If they do take place, the Book proves itself to be super­ natural, in a miraculous fashion that no atheist or ag­ nostic could even discuss. The Book is THE truth or it is THE lie. “Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen! Put up or shut up! Money talks. ” “Modern man” and “modern science” do not have one sane, rational, naturalistic explanation for that Book. Faced with it, they are like helpless, naked chil­ dren standing before a 900-pound, roaring male lion. No wonder they have “Bibliophobia” !

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