Today, Christian Focus Publications releases my newest book Why Should I Trust the Bible? This book is the latest volume in The Big Ten: Critical Questions Answered series from Christian Focus. Each volume in this series is written in a simple and accessible style, and the books are aimed at Christians and skeptics who are struggling to accept the claims of Christianity. The purpose of this particular volume is to demonstrate that it isn’t irrational to believe the Bible is trustworthy and free from error in everything that it affirms. This particular volume is also being released with a free apologetics curriculum.
Here’s what a few individuals had to say after reading Why Should I Trust the Bible?:
“With humility, wit, and compelling research Timothy Paul Jones masterfully answers the question: ‘Why would any reasonable person in the twenty-first century trust that the Bible is true?'” (Jamaal Williams, D.Ed.Min., lead pastor, Sojourn Church Midtown).
“As a cold-case detective, I especially appreciate the work that Dr. Timothy Paul Jones has done in Why Should I Trust the Bible? This powerful book is a concise, accessible and evidentially powerful resource for believers and seekers alike” (J. Warner Wallace, Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University, and author of Cold-Case Christianity).
“This is Timothy Paul Jones at his best. Witty. Transparent. Always wrestling with the hardest of questions while holding out the faith once for all delivered to the saints” (Dan DeWitt, Ph.D., associate professor of apologetics, Cedarville University and author of Life in the Wild).
One of the most helpful aspects of Why Should I Trust the Bible? is the free downloadable curriculum that has been released along with the book in PDF. If you want to use Why Should I Trust the Bible? in a class or community group in your church, you can download this free apologetics curriculum, which has been designed to be simple enough for any teacher in your church to use. The curriculum has sufficient depth to make it work for an adult community group, but it also includes enough activities and music suggestions to make it usable in most youth groups. To download the free curriculum, click here.
The curriculum even includes suggested music to download and to play as your group gathers each week. Click here for a YouTube playlist of the songs.