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Title was miss leading. A more complicated apologetic reading.Published 3 days ago by Barbara Fischer
God wouldn't go to Starbucks because their CEO has stated that they don't want customers who don't support Gay marriage. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L Carroll
I gave the book to my Christain friend,
Gloria, who likes Starbucks coffee and
loves God. Gloria told me that she really likes her book. Happy BD Gloria!
This book addresses questions that are likely to come up in conversations with a post-modern audience. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. PHILLIPS
Two things: There is a great deal of detail, which is why more than one reading is recommended. But I think there's an overkill on homosexuality: 3 chapters on this one subject was... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Karn B. Gray
I really did not enjoy the book. Maybe because it wasn't what I expected.Published 7 months ago by Carol King
A very practical guide. The ideas are useful and well explained. Get me to a Starbucks!!Published 7 months ago by Dachsielover
i thought this would facilitate a faith discussion, but it is boring and vague.Published 8 months ago by William Serda
I gave this book 3 stars, because it started out well as a guide on apologetics for Christians. However, the author slipped in at the end his view on which denomination is... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ol' Dog