When I first decided to read Hank Hanegraaff’s Has God Spoken?, I was very excited as the description of this novel explains the Hanegraaff’s mission is to uncover whether or not the Bible is actually the Word of God. I thought this would be a very interesting topic, but I was left a bit disappointed. Almost immediately, Hanegraaff hits you with acronyms of several different topics; it leaves you feeling as though you were bombarded with a lengthy list of topics and words. Although the acronyms do help you remember the different things being discussed in the book, I found it very difficult to find the connection amongst the acronyms. It is almost as if Hanegraaff was trying too hard to make a lasting impression on the reader. Although I was little turned off by all of the acronyms, the book itself was not that bad of a read. I found myself reconsidering everything I thought I knew about Biblical history, something that not many books have been able to make me do. If you have nothing else to read or are a little interested in this topic, you might find it useful or helpful. I don’t regret reading the book but I would have preferred a more enjoyable experience.
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