"As a student, I love Paul's teaching. As an apologist, I am grateful for his impact. Know Why You Believe is a valuable piece of work." (Ravi Zacharias)
"Paul Little gives brightly understandable answers to questions about biblical Christianity. He shows there is a reasonable base to believe that Jesus Christ offers to give us connection to the living God." (Josh McDowell)
"I've worn out multiple copies of this book and lost count of how many I've given away to seekers and new believers. It's a classic." (Bill Hybels)
One of the "Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals" (Christianity Today, October 2006)
"Scholarly, articulate, simple." (Billy Graham)
"This book canters brightly through the border-country between conviction and questioning." (The Methodist Recorder)
"When I lost my childhood faith, I needed a book like Paul Little's Know Why You Believe." (Kenneth Kantzer)
"Shortly after my conversion in 1968 I was given a copy of Know Why You Believe, and it was what sparked my own lifelong interest in Christian apologetics. Through the years its quality has been demonstrated by its longevity. Now in this updated and expanded version, Paul Little's book can continue to provide hope and help to a new generation of truth-seekers." (J. P. Moreland, professor of philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, and author of Scaling the Secular City: A Defense of Christianity)
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Paul Little and his wife, Marie, worked for twenty-five years with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Until his death, Little was also associate professor of evangelism at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
Marie Little and her husband, Paul, worked for twenty-five years with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She served four years as a missionary in China, has taught many women's Bible studies and remains active in evangelism and mentoring ministries. Since her husband's death, Little has also updated and expanded some of his classic works on evangelism and apologetics.
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