Can we prove that the Bible makes false claims? Do the gospels all agree on details in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus? Does the Bible ever exaggerate historical facts? Do its moral teachings justify it being called The Good Book? Written by an ex-fundamentalist and graduate of Liberty University, this book goes straight to the evidence and presents a concise case-by-case analysis of the most salient irrationalities in the Christian Scriptures. With insightful commentary concerning frequent rebuttals used by apologists, it makes a solid case against evangelical claims to inerrancy. A valuable resource for believers and skeptics alike. Also included are examples of bogus prophecies and scribal manipulations of the New Testament.
Dr. Jonah David Conner is an ex-Christian fundamentalist with a life-long passion for researching and debating religious issues. Raised in a conservative Protestant home, he attended private Christian schools from kindergarten to college, graduating with a B.A. from Liberty University. He has devoted many years to studying the Bible and related fields such as Biblical Languages, Textual Criticism, Church History, and Theology. He is now openly secular and promotes free inquiry and critical analysis of religious teachings. Dr. Conner earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin, specializing in Spanish and Classical Greek. All feedback on his writing is welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org.