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Under Investigation

Has Critical Scholarship Exposed A Corrupted Bible?

by Kathryn V. Camp D. Min.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/23/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781973651406
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781973651390

About the Book

For centuries now, the vast majority of the Christian population in the West has been locked into the mindset that believing in a Creator God is a matter of faith and emotions as opposed to clear and rational thought, and that faith should be kept in the private realm. Under Investigation aims at dispelling this oppressive way of thinking. This is a workbook that will arm Christians with scientific truths, written in plain language. Its goal is to target the integrity of the New Testament using scholarly, historical and literary scientific findings. Knowledge is power, and in the quest for absolute Truth, this workbook will guide the student to an educated understanding of both who the God depicted in the Bible truly is, and who He is not.


About the Author

Since the age of nine Kathryn has been a truth seeker. After having a vision of both Jesus and the Antichrist she began to realize how important it is to know the difference. Jesus warns about the great deception to come in the last days (Matt. 24:22-24). Her ministry is centered around truly knowing God, and the reality that the only way to know God is through His written word. Kathryn gives an in depth step-by-step outline on the scholarship of literary criticism, with the intent to educate ministry and lay-leaders as to how this science validates the Bible. As a professor of apologetics and biblical studies, she understands that it is necessary to break down the various branches of historical and literary criticism in an effort to help others absorb the material. “Only when we truly absorb knowledge will we be able to defend what we believe and why.”