If you had to prove why the Bible is God’s word, what would you say?
Even among Christians, confidence in the Bible’s authority is waning. Many are casting aside the doctrines of inerrancy and inspiration, with devastating consequences.
The God Who Speaks seeks to correct this. It’s a documentary about the divine authority of Scripture, and it features insights from some of today’s leading theologians on why Scripture is trustworthy.
Most notable about The God Who Speaks is its impressive cast of scholars, pastors, and teachers, including:
- The late R.C. Sproul
- D.A. Carson
- R. Albert Mohler
- Kevin DeYoung
- Karen H. Jobes
- Conrad Mbewe
- Alistair Begg
- And more
Each of these godly men and women speak from the heart and their area of expertise about why the Bible is unquestionably God’s word. Take some of these quotes from the film as examples:
- “One of the ways that I know the Bible is true is the way it diagnoses my sin…. [It] was written 3,000 years ago, and yet it perfectly diagnoses the state of the sin of my heart.” — Ligon Duncan, chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary
- “We read books so that we might understand them, but when we read the Bible, we realize that it is describing who we are and what we are.” — Alistair Begg, senior pastor, Parkside Church in Cleveland, OH
- “The study of the word of God at any level is the study of God himself. There is some kind of identity between God and his word. And yet, […] the study of the word as words and propositions on a page is not an end in itself, because it’s to drive us to Christ—to God himself.” — D.A. Carson, professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; co-founder, The Gospel Coalition
The God Who Speaks will shore up your trust in the authority of Scripture with sturdy, time-tested arguments for its inspiration. Learn how to watch the film.
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