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Bible Under Trial

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Bible Under Trial by James Orr is a thought-provoking examination of the Bible's historical accuracy, divine inspiration, and relevance in today's society. Orr delves into the controversial topics surrounding the Bible, such as its authorship, textual reliability, and scientific accuracy.

Throughout the book, Orr presents a well-researched and articulate argument for the Bible's credibility, drawing on evidence from archaeology, history, and theology. His writing is clear and easy to follow, making complex concepts accessible to readers of all backgrounds.

One of the strengths of Orr's work is his balanced approach to the topic. While he is unapologetically Christian in his beliefs, he presents a fair and objective view of opposing arguments, allowing readers to come to their own conclusions.

Overall, Bible Under Trial is a must-read for anyone interested in the ongoing debate over the Bible's authority and accuracy. Orr's thorough research and compelling arguments make this book a valuable resource for believers and skeptics alike.

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The papers composing this volume were prepared in response to urgent request as a popular apologetic series in defence of the Bible from the attacks made on it from different quarters. They are now published in the hope that they may do something to steady the minds of those who are in perplexity owing to the multitude and confusion of the opinions that prevail in these times regarding the Sacred Book. - Summary by Preface

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