Generations scholarly author Dr. John S. Lewis said he has heard many stories of people asking him to help them with a generation of the Bible.
“I can’t say, ‘You’re right, this is the best way to teach the Bible,’ because I can tell you it’s not,” Lewis said.
Lewis said his work with Genesis scholar David Barton is the first time he has ever written for a non-profit organization, and he says he would never have published a book that would not have benefited the church.
His book is available in the US through Amazon and has been sold in Canada through Barnes & Noble.
Lewis says he is not a Christian, but his faith in God helped him understand that there is a way to share the Bible with people who do not follow the faith.
He said he thinks that this is something that the church needs to work on.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I think that it’s very, very important,” Lewis told CBC News.
The Rev. Tim Jackson said the new generation of Bible scholars is the most important thing that the Church has in front of it.
“There’s been an explosion of people who have come into our ministry, and I think it’s going really well.
I think the Bible is a very important thing to share with people, and the Bible as we have shared it for hundreds of years is very, great,” Jackson said.
Jackson said the idea of bringing Bible studies to non-Christians was something he felt was important to do.
“The Bible is our heritage, and it is very important that we not just go down a path that is just going to go away,” he said.
Lewis said he believes that if people were allowed to read the Bible without a Christian bias, it would not be the same Bible that they were reading now.
He said if the church did not want people to read a Bible that was not part of their own heritage, then they would not want to read it.
A number of studies have shown that some non-Christian groups are more likely to read an ancient text if it is also a work that they want to teach to others.