What Does God Say About That?

Politics, Race, Heaven, Hell, the Environment, Money, and Hundreds More!

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A Quick Reference Guide to What God Says About Issues That Matter to You

God has something to say about almost anything you are wondering about. The Bible covers a vast array of topics, but do you know what it says? With over 200 subjects, this easy-to-use reference will give you the answers you’re looking for. It covers expected topics such as heaven and hell as well as surprising ones like the environment, dating, infertility, immigrants, poverty, animals, and civil disobedience. Here are easy-to-access, trustworthy answers straight from God's Word.

You'll find a short summary of what God says in the Bible followed by key Scripture verses covering each topic. There's also a list of additional verses that refer to the issue, allowing you to dig deeper. Now you can quickly find out what God says about the things that matter to you--and easily share your knowledge with friends and family members who also have questions.


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  1. Aaron Sharp

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Many critics of the Bible contend that because it was written more than 2,000 years ago, it is out-of-date and not fit to provide advice to modern folks. This condensed book does an excellent job of debunking that belief by revealing that the Bible addresses literally hundreds of topics of key importance to today's people. The Bible focuses on such timely matters as abortion, alcoholism, birth control, civil rights, divorce, the death penalty, rape, sorcery, prostitution, unwanted pregnancies, and even weight control. By alphabetizing the topics and providing an extensive topics listing, users can quickly locate subjects. Each entry has a one-paragraph overview, two to four quoted passages of Scripture regarding that topic, and then a list of more than 20 additional references to look up. Although the book is designed for research, it is also fun to read entry after entry and be amazed at God's timeliness.

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