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Very intelligent book yet reasonable. Great writing and understanding of religions and Christianity.Published 13 hours ago by Lisa
Most effective apologetics since Paul at the Areopagus. Great book to give to your intelligent and educated non-believing friends.Published 7 days ago by Brian Tucker
This book is great for peoples of any religious affiliation looking for answers to the more controversial topics of Christianity. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Nolan Branson
Compelling reasons for defending your belief in Christianity!.Published 12 days ago by William H. Libby
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|If an event as random as your place of birth dictates one religion, what...||
There's a response to this objection inside the Reason for God, bottom of page 10 and the top of page 11. The answer goes like this. It's true, as Philip Hayes says, that if a Christian were born in Morocco, she would likely be a Muslim, not a Christian. But if Philip Hayes were born in Morocco,... Read More
Feb 13, 2008 by Amazon Customer | See all 81 posts
|What I don't get||
I haven't read the book -- just stumbled on this forum -- but just to reply to what you say in your comment:
It is surely no contradiction to say that I believe that Christianity is true and also to say that other philosophies or religions might also contain truth. To take a trivial example:... Read More
Jun 22, 2011 by Mark Johansen | See all 2 posts
I wish there were more people willing to approach this issue with the level-head you obviously have.
As for myself, I try to consciously think as a skeptic, which is not my own nature. Why? Because doing so leads me to think specifically about things that otherwise I might have never even... Read More
Feb 17, 2010 by Kathleen Rose | See all 66 posts
|Why there is as God||
Well you certainly have left me confused Cecil. What facts have you presented that I am not listening to? You yourself say you have based your beliefs on common sense, not fact. Please state these facts you are talking about -- and feel free to include a source so that I can look it up. I would... Read More
Jan 7, 2008 by Gray L. | See all 38 posts
|The Reason for God or What's So Great About Christianity?||
I have read both books and was pleased with them both. The Keller book is more concise and a quicker read, and in my humble opinion, more elegant, more beautiful, just as well reasoned and yet less technical. Both will equip the reader to answer skeptics. the Keller book gave my own faith a... Read More
Jun 8, 2008 by hungryheart | See all 8 posts
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