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Answers to Today's Tough Faith Challenges The world is intolerant of Christian beliefs. You've probably heard many of the anti-Christian comebacks and conversation-enders that refute the relevance and validity of Christianity, including: "Who are you to impose your morality on others?" "What right do you have to convert others to your views?" "It doesn't matter what you believe--as long as you're sincere." "You can't trust the Gospels--they're unreliable." These comments don't have to be conversation stoppers. Paul Copan offers you clear, concise, and thoughtful answers to these critical remarks in this revised and expanded edition of "True for You, But Not for Me." He shows you how with "patience, practice, prayer, and God's grace," you can gently respond in ways that move into more meaningful conversations with those who object to your faith. "Incisive and insightful responses to many of the most common misconceptions about Christianity and faith." --Lee Strobel, Author of The Case for Christ "Copan's careful exploration of the rational foundations of such slogans will be of great practical help to anyone who finds himself confronted with these challenges to the Christian faith." --William Lane Craig, Talbot School of Theology, author of Reasonable Faith "This book should be required reading in Christian high schools and colleges. And laypeople and parachurch ministries will profit greatly from its content." --J.P. Moreland, Talbot School of Theology, author of The God Question. Paul Copan (PhD, Marquette University) is the Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He has authored several books, including When God Goes to Starbucks. He lives with his wife and five children in West Palm Beach, Florida. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Paul Copan (PhD, Marquette University) is the Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida. He is the author of several popular apologetics books, including Is God a Moral Monster? and lives with his wife and
A systematic exposition for the Christian to understand the morass of relativism. Fifth star would have required more of a wrap-up at the end.Published 2 months ago by Russ Burch
A must have in any apologetic collection. Copan lays out a great case for why many relativists and post-modernists thinkers are holding contradictory beliefs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by raymond torres
This review critiques True For You But Not For Me: Overcoming Objections to Christian Faith by Paul Copan. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bret James Stewart
Classic book. I have given away many.
Short chapters and topics, good summary and bullet points at end.
We are using this as a Sunday School lesson and getting lots of info out of the book.Published 9 months ago by Cynthia Grantham
Liked the presentation of the different perspectives. Very helpful evangelistic tool. I recommend this book to pastors and lay people a likePublished 11 months ago by Star puppy 25
Critics of Christianity, who portray themselves as intellectuals, quite often resort to drive-by talking points. Read morePublished 13 months ago by OtherWorlds&Wisdom
I love the way the author uses logic and recognize that the we must not runaway from the atheism challenge,but search honestly for a possible answer to their honest questions.Published 14 months ago by Francisco