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Can Faith be Rational? (Moments that Matter Book 10) [Kindle Edition]

Jonathan Jenkins
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Book Description

"Moments That Matter" is an essay series which provides concise Bible-based answers to the important spiritual questions in people's lives.

What is faith? To most people faith has only a passing connection to knowledge. There are things that can be known and then there are things in which one chooses to believe without evidence. However, the faith of which the Bible speaks is opposed to that conception of belief. The Bible teaches a faith that is based upon an investigation of evidence.

This brief tract introduces this model of faith revealed in the pages of the Bible. It compares the "faith" of the Christian and the "faith" of the atheist. What is the evidence that supports each of these worldviews? While this essay may only take a few minutes to read, for many it will introduce a truth about faith that will impact them a lifetime.


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  • File Size: 176 KB
  • Print Length: 16 pages
  • Publisher: Digital Bible Study Books (April 16, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CEH9J8G
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I LOVE this book--and I think even non-Christians would benefit from reading the book. Logic and evidence bring us to faith in God, and creationism falters if it relies solely upon fact. Faith enters into everyone' belief system, whether you think it does or not. Read this book to see how your belief system is built upon faith--whether you believe in God, or not, or don't know what to believe. It is one of the most interesting presentations of the topic I've read.
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More About the Author

Jonathan and Julie met at nine years of age. His father, Dan, began preaching for the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ in West Palm Beach, Florida where Julie's father was a deacon. Their friendship while growing up together, led to their becoming high-school sweethearts and marrying on August 23, 1988.

Jonathan enrolled at Freed-Hardeman University and began his studies working on a degree in Computer Science. During this time Julie gave birth to their first two children - Austin and Amanda.

Their youngest child came along just as they were making a change of direction in their lives. Andrew was born just as the desire to be more personally involved in the Lord's work moved them toward Jonathan's entrance into a life of preaching. He moved from the Computer Sciences field and began a course of study at the Memphis School of Preaching. He graduated first in his class in 1994 and accepted his first full-time preaching work in Batesville, MS at the Central Academy church of Christ during his final year at the school.

The Jenkins lived in Mississippi for five years. While working with the church in Batesville, Jonathan completed his undergraduate work at Freed-Hardeman - this time with a major in Bible, while Julie worked in the school system where their children attended.

In 1997, an opportunity arose to work with the Avondale church of Christ in Decatur, GA. Jonathan and Julie moved to the Atlanta area and spent 11 years with that congregation. During that time Jonathan's interest in computers led him to create digitalbiblestudy.com. For the last ten years digitalbiblestudy.com has hosted over a thousand live internet studies, streamed dozens of live brotherhood lectureship and events, and provided an average of 75,000 downloaded sermons every year to visitors.

In 2009, he began working with the Katy church of Christ in Katy, Texas. Since his work began there, he published his first book, Becoming God's Friend. He has also authored an essay series on the work of the Holy Spirit entitled God's Prophetic Spirit. He also serves as the editor in chief of the Kindle essay series, Moments that Matter.

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