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Three years and more than 30 letters later, Letters from a Skeptic was published and Edward Boyd came to accept Christ. During his journey, he and his son hash through such topics as why the world is so full of suffering; why an all-powerful God needs prayer; how you can believe in someone who rose from the dead; and how another man's death can pardon others. Despite their brutal honesty, both men exhibit respect and love toward one another as they address these volatile subjects. In Edward's second response to Greg, he boldly says, "Well, your distinction between the 'Christian Church' and 'Christians' is interesting and novel, but frankly, I don't buy it." Greg responds, saying, "I've got to admit that you are raising some extremely good points in your letters. You are raising the most difficult questions a theist can face." --Jill Heatherly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
For anyone with a logical mind who has a hard time with not having all the answers.Published 21 days ago by Virginia Gower
A compelling apologetic for the divine origin and authority of Christianity.Published 23 days ago by Robert Robinson
Wonderful and informative book. It's an easy read because it is a compilation of letters between Dad and PhD son.Published 1 month ago by HalZ
Enjoyed the reading. Many fine points.
My objection to the theology, if I read correctly is that the "fully righteous " person who imitates God, imitates Jesus, reads... Read more
We're reading this in my Apologetics Life Group and it's really good to hear the questions and answers and to hold discussions about both, even if we disagree sometimes.Published 1 month ago by Storm Rhodes
This author answered a lot of questions I've had for many years. I am a long time Christian, but I still didn't understand many things . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thelma Crutchfield