Has God Spoken?

Has God Spoken?: Proof Of The Bible’s Divine Insperation

By: Hank Hanegraaff

Has God Spoken is typical Hank Hanegraaff. If you listen to the Bible Answer Man you’ll know exactly what to expect. No real curve balls here. Although this is a little more in depth than Hank Hanegraaff usually goes and is therefore one of his better books it still has the same general drawbacks as his other books. First, Hank Hanegraaff is an amateur. He has never received any kind of seminary or pastoral or Christian education of any kind and it always seems to come through. He is also kind of a broken record. He constantly repeats the same things over and over so if your very familiar with him you’ll just keep saying “this again” throughout. What’s more, he is to wrapped up in his acronyms. Acronyms are good because they help people remember except that most of the ones in this book seem a little forced. I’ll also deduct points for peripheral theology (which hecan never seem to get past) in an apologetics book. The book itself was a pretty average level read. If you like the scholarly apologetics (which tend to be better and more effective) you’ll be disappointed. Although it has these drawbacks it was still overall a good book. If I was to recommend one book on apologetics it wouldn’t be this one but I probably wouldn’t discourage people from reading it.

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