Our Blessed Book

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God’s Word is the most precious possession we have. It is timeless truth that should be treasured. Thankfully, we have a perfect Bible in the English language — the King James Version. Our Blessed Book is an in-depth study of the divine inspiration, providential preservation, and the careful translation of the Bible. It is not dedicated to criticism but devoted to helping you discover the infallibility of God’s Word. Unfortunately, only 41% of American adults strongly believe that the Bible is totally accurate in all that it teaches, and many of the Millennial generation have been deceived into accepting the English Standard Version and New King James Version as the inerrant Scripture.

Whether you are a seeker of truth or a scoffer of it, join with Caleb Garraway in this insightful book as he studies how God inspired the Bible word for word and preserved it through the generations of time. Read how he discredits the Book of Mormon, the Qur’an, and the Apocrypha, examines various evidences that prove divine inspiration, and shows the historical and textual origins of the King James Version compared to the rest of the modern English translations. Our Blessed Book is a “bottom shelf read” as Caleb expertly and delicately presents to his readers the authentic legitimacy of Scripture and the undeniable proofs that the King James Version is the Word of God for English-speaking people. 250 PAGES.

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2 reviews for Our Blessed Book

  1. 0 out of 5

    Wonderful book. Simple and on the bottom shelf. Great book for the preacher and the layman.

  2. 5 out of 5

    A wonderful book! Probably one of my most favorite non-fiction books! Well needed information for this world.
    I’ve been sharing stuff from this book with one of my friends that use NIV. He seems to be seeing the truth of the KJV and the flaws of the NIV.
    I also showed the book to one of my friends at church. He was very engaged and said he wanted to borrow the book. He was getting very worked up about the Apocrypha, his curiosity got the best of him and he decided to look up the passage on suicide, which he quickly regretted.
    Thanks for writing this book about the Book!

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