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". . . a wonderfully reasoned defense that ultimately points to the One who is the source of all truth." - Charles Colson, Prison Fellowship Ministries
"These compelling stories demonstrate that faith in search of understanding, and understanding in search of faith, go on in the most unlikely of places." - Rev. Richard John Neuhaus, Editor-in-Chief, First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Read one per cup of hot chocolate and donut, and call your pastor in the morning.
While great for covering many different topics, the lack of focus on a single theme keeps the book from being a perfect treatise on any one subject matter.
This is a compilation of essays from various Harvard alumnus and is quite an interesting read.
I was hoping to find a book that offered novel knock-down arguments for theism that resulted from an education at Harvard. It doesn't. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nicholas Byrd
I have found this book an excellent compendium of carefully reasoned and experienced exposition of Christian Life and thought from a number of very gifted people. Read morePublished on September 5, 2009 by Richard Mcginnis
This paperback book was said to be "new" but having some "shelf wear". Calling it "Used - Good" might have been more honest. It was in somewhat worse shape than I expected.Published on November 17, 2008 by D. C. Kosobucki
It was exciting for me to find this book on my brief visit to Harvard University Co-op Bookshop. We had only half an hour there, so it was great to find such an interesting book in... Read morePublished on January 23, 2004 by Gontroppo
I got this book as a gift from my classmate at Harvard.
As a Christian, I was encouraged and pround that besides
all the fame, etc. Read more
Having gone to Harvard and Harvard Law School, I can easily attest to the fact that not all students and faculty are, as the author notes, "really smart people". Read morePublished on August 15, 2000