In fewer than 200 pages, Dr. Connolly builds a rock-solid case for the Bible's divine origins -- starting with this first-page paragraph, which still blows me away:
"Some people were so committed to the belief that this is God's book that they were even willing to die for that proposition. And strangely, others have been willing to put them to death. The bitterness and resentment against this book are difficult to explain. The cruelest of instruments have been used in an effort to prevent its propagation. Body racks, tongue pinchers, thumb screws, iron boots and whipping trees have all been used in attempts to turn supporters against the Bible. Such supporters have been hung, drawn and quartered; they have been burned, boiled and beheaded. Even in the twentieth century in some countries, men and women have been imprisoned and tortured for reading this forbidden book."
How can this be? To find out, why not read The Indestructible Book, and then devote some serious time to studying the Bible itself? You will be forever grateful ... and forever changed.