Is the Bible Really True? What If It Is? What If It Isn’t?
by Bishop C. Horace Kitson
Bishop C. Horace Kitson Publishing

"The Bible is indeed God’s dealings with man, past, present and future."

The Bible, a collection of sixty-six books with many authors, is a record of the distant past, with predictions regarding the future up to the present day. Kitson examines God's relationship with the Jewish people through Abram and his offspring in this well-researched work. God chose the Jews, according to Moses, because of love. Though they traveled throughout the world for thousands of years, the Jews preserved their faith and particular rituals, no matter how far they were dispersed, and always held out hope for a return to Palestine as was prophesied. That happened in 1948, Kitson notes, when the Jewish state of Israel was restored. Prophecies such as the dreams of Nebuchadnezzar as interpreted by Daniel have slowly come to fruition, with one recent proof being the weakening of the Russian powers and the defeat of communism. The discovery of Noah's ark, though disputed, may provide another archeological linkage to biblical truth, along with statements regarding the creation of the universe by such scientific notables as Sir Fred Hoyle.

As a teen, Kitson came to his own deep Christian faith, questioning God's power and finding it in a vision of the cross. Writing this informative work is a task he took on in response to a child's question. He adds a section on his newly found commitment to eating foods that would have been found in the Garden of Eden before the Fall, such as fresh fruits and raw vegetables. His own health has benefitted from this regimen, and he strongly recommends it for his readers. This brief work expresses Kitson's thesis in plain language, supported by the testimonies of biblical scholars, historians, and scientists. It is offered for the benefit of both questioning readers and those already adhering to Judeo-Christian principles with the Holy Bible as the main study source.

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