The Decline and Fall of Sacred Scripture: How the Bible Became a Secular Book

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  • Historical and faithful perspective
  • Noted Apologist Dr. Scott Hahn
  • Devastating efforts to turn Scripture into secular text
  • After-effects of the Reformation & Enlightenment
  • Important perspective for those devoted to Sacred Scripture

What is wrong with Scripture scholarship today? Why is it that the last place one should go to study the Bible is a biblical studies program at virtually any university? Why are so many faithful priests and pastors, and the people in their pews, unaware of the centuries-long effort to turn the sacred Word of God into just another secular text?

In The Decline and Fall of Sacred Scripture: How the Bible Became a Secular Book, authors Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker trace the various malformations of Scripture scholarship that have led to a devastating loss of trust in the inspired Word of God.

From the Reformation to the Enlightenment and beyond, Hahn and Wiker sketch the revolutions and radical figures that led to the emergence of the historical-critical method and the pervasive ill effects that are still being felt today.

  • Authors: Scott Hahn & Benjamin Wiker
  • 296 Pages
  • Hardcover

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