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God is the author of the Bible as
well as the author of life. He reveals his heart and his mind through his
words. And when you read his words, you get to know him. A Crash Course in
the Bible contains approximately two hundred Bible verses. And these
Scriptures will teach you what God wants you to know.
Lisa Lickel’s review:
Larry Vaughn, author the The Bible Believer’s
Handbook, has released another little gem in A Crash Course in the Bible. In
this tidy little book, Vaughn plucks lessons from everyday life, from children
to faith to recompense to salvation and wisdom, and shows how the Word of God
teaches God’s ways to humankind.
Opening with an introduction on how
times have changed since the Pilgrims first sought America, Vaughn urges us to
return to those spiritual roots, and ends with “Twelve things” every believer
should know; again, the basics from what faith and redemption are to how to
achieve that state of grace and what we should do about it through our newly
opened conscience and confidence.
Readers of nonfiction Biblical works
will find peace and comfort in these verses, as well as a good way to quantify
your faith to share it in a meaningful and understandable way with others.
Larry, What do you want readers to know
about your latest book, Larry?
I wanted to make the Bible easy to
access and easy to understand. And to show how great God is and how generous he
is to us.
What do you hope readers will take
from this book?
The readers of my book will know
what the Bible says. And they will understand what that means to them.