In quoting scripture, there are often those who add or subtract from its wording, or take the quote out of context, and in the process warp or change the meaning of the original verse to their own ends. Take for example Ephesians 3:20: Now unto Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think of a possibility. Alone, what good does this verse do for us? Is any misunderstanding, then, the fault of scripture? It is not. If one does not ask or think, then it is the individuals fault. Since the Bible tells us to take care not to misquote or omit its words, it is disturbing that there are some who would do this. This is the issue Delores Gray confronts in Christianity's Controversial Beliefs. (2004, paperback, 32 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.