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Why Protestant Bibles Are Smaller by Steve Christie (the book)

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  • Why Protestant Bibles Are Smaller by Steve Christie (the book)

    After obtaining permission from, I am proud to announce I have written my second Christian book about why the Protestant OT canon is the complete Christian OT canon titled, Why Protestant Bibles Are Smaller: a Defense of the Protestant Old Testament Canon.” Unlike other books on the subject, this book was written by a former devout Catholic who graduated from a Catholic college, where I got saved and converted to Protestantism. It utilizes over 630 references - nearly 60% are from Catholic resources, including the Vatican, EWTN, Catholic Answers, and prominent Catholic authors, such as Gary Michuta, Jimmy Akin, And Trent Horn - which defends the PROTESTANT OT canon. It also has a list of the nearly 300 metonyms used in the NT to describe OT books, which I have not seen in other books on the topic. I utilize both early Jewish and Christian sources from antiquity, as well as fresh witnesses from the last couple of years. This book serves to defend the Inspiration, inerrancy, and completeness of the Protestant Bible which you don’t find in other Bibles from other Christian traditions, witnessed from the very words from our Lord and the apostle Paul, and it also helps defend the Christian faith as being the only true religion that leads to God and Heaven, alone through the death and bodily resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is available on Amazon. Just type in the title of the book, and it should be the first one that pops up. If you live in the Toledo, Ohio or lower southeast Michigan area, I can provide you with a signed copy of my book. Leave me a note below if you are interested in the latter. Thank you In His service, BornAgainRN. John 17:17
    So...'sola scriptura' isn't Biblical, eh?

    Do not add or take away from God & His Word: Deuteronomy 4:2; 12:32; Proverbs 30:6; Ecclesiastes 3:14; Isaiah 30:1; 1 Corinthians 4:6; Revelation 22:18-19