Fish Tales From the Belly of the Wha..., W. Kent Smith
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Fish Tales (From the Belly of the Whale)
Fifty of the Greatest Misconceptions Ever Blamed on The Bible, Reel One, The Hook #50-34

Author: W. Kent Smith

Narrator: W. Kent Smith

Unabridged: 4 hr 35 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 04/01/2020


If you've ever wondered why The Bible is full of so many apparent contradictions, you're not alone. If you're afraid you might betray the God of The Bible if you question centuries-old traditions, you won't, as long as you let Scripture speak for itself.We know Jesus wasn't born on December 25th, but we're not sure how to address this issue without denigrating the miraculous events that clearly surrounded the Birth of Christ.We know the notion of a loving God Who also condemns human souls to suffer unspeakable agony in Hell for all eternity defies all logic. But we're not sure how to reconcile this obvious contradiction because tradition insists that to believe otherwise is to betray God's word.And we know that the way minorities, women, and animals have suffered at the hands of Bible-thumping crusaders is wrong, but we're not sure how to respond to their claims without appearing to defy the claims of Scripture.These perplexing issues, and many more, are precisely what Fish Tales (From the Belly of the Whale): Fifty of the Greatest Misconceptions Ever Blamed on The Bible, a book by W. Kent Smith, seeks to address by way of the very thing that inspired such ideas in the first place: The Bible.To that end, Fish Tales (From the Belly of the Whale) plunges you headlong into an unrelenting search for biblical truth that will forever change how you think about the word of God. Along the way, you'll find that Fish Tales not only exposes the origins of such misconceptions, but it also restores The Bible's original message of hope and inspiration, which once made it humanity's brightest light in a darkened world.