Serious students of the Protestant Bible have a strong grasp of what the Bible teaches. But few actually know how we got our Bible and why we can trust that what it says today is what it said two millennia ago. S. Douglas Woodward argues that knowing ABOUT our Bibles is almost as crucial as knowing what’s in it. A Biography of the Christian Bible is a tour-de-force, 300-page history supplying what’s best described as a “biography” of the Bible —and how to defend its authenticity and accuracy against skeptics the 21st century. It might be the most important book on the Evangelical view of the Christian Bible in a decade.