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I doubt that New Atheists will think of much of this type of argument--focusing on context and limiting application.
Copan's popular-level book succinctly sets out to demonstrate how we can reconcile both the God of the Old Testament with the God of the New Testament.
I have been treated badly in my life and I know how it feels, so why would I want to treat anyone in a way that I would not like to be treated?
Paul Copan had addressed some very difficult issues facing Christians today. He provides a perspective that is both broad and deep, and gives insight into reasons for practices... Read morePublished 15 days ago by bwoertz
I've heard many great things about this book--goes through very specific examples of Old Testament passages and is very faith-building.Published 1 month ago by Sue Smith
there is a wealth of information in here. So much that I cannot tell if it is all right on but I found this very helpful.Published 1 month ago by Rayman
Great book, which answers some of the hardest questions people ask about the bible. Highly recommended.Published 2 months ago by J. Tilley
Goes into detail to analyze the reasons and circumstances of the Old Testament laws and legislation.Published 2 months ago by Matias
This book holds answers to questions many of my non-believing friends have. It is good to have a more thorough knowledge of what the anscient Israelites were doing when God... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jean E. Atwood