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Book Review: Unbreakable by Andrew Wilson

How do you react when you read something in the Bible that you disagree with? Things like sexuality, gender roles and judgement. What do you do with those passages and doctrines? Andrew Wilson writes:

Many of us, when faced with a biblical difficulty – and there are plenty of those! – conclude that the Scriptures are broken. Maybe this didn’t really happen. Maybe God didn’t really say that. Hardly a day goes past without some Christian, somewhere, apologising for something the Bible says, and muttering something about it being a human book, complete with muddles and mistakes.

Unbreakable: What the Son of God says about the Word of God is the second in a series of short books by 10ofthose.com and uniontheology.org edited by Michael Reeves.

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