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Who is Jesus . . . Really?: A Dialogue on God, Man, and Grace (The Coffee House Chronicles) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

JOSH MCDOWELL As a young man, Josh McDowell considered himself an agnostic. He truly believed that Christianity was worthless. However, when challenged to intellectually examine the claims of Christianity, Josh discovered compelling, overwhelming evidence for the reliability of the Christian faith. In 1961 Josh joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International. Not long after, he started the Josh McDowell Ministry to reach young people worldwide with the truth and love of Jesus.

DAVE STERRETT is a conference speaker and writer for a movement called I am Second. Along with ministering in churches, high schools, and college campuses, Dave serves as an adjunct professor of New Testament, Philosophy and Apologetics at Liberty University. In addition to the three book series, Coffee House Chronicles, Dave is the author of Why Trust Jesus? (Moody Publishers) and co-author of the book, "O" God, A Dialogue on Truth and Oprah's Spirituality.

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  • File Size: 497 KB
  • Print Length: 142 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 080248767X
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers; New Edition edition (January 1, 2011)
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004HFRM1E
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First let me say as a non-Christian I was expecting something like Strobel's heavily biased "The Case for Christ" - but the engaging writing in this book pulled me in. "Who is Jesus" reads like a novel, centered on the conflict between faith and atheism through living characters with forcible personalities who meet and discuss what we can know about Jesus - whether he was real, whether he was divine, etc. - in coffeeshops and other venues. This is not a preachy, argumentative book. It's an enjoyable and very contemporary story that presents two sides of the debate over the historical Jesus and a glimpse into today's academic climate. Of course the Christians have better arguments and are most knowledgeable in this book than the doubters and skeptics, who are mostly just being outspoken and arbitrary, but I don't doubt the sincerity of the exchange. If you aren't sure who Jesus was and would like to be convinced in your faith, "Who is Jesus" might get you there. No matter what you believe, this book's highly polished style, absorbing writing style and tangible characters are admirable.
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Who is Jesus... Really? follows a group of college students who explore the life and validity of Jesus Christ. While the majority of the genuine dialogues are set in a coffeehouse in Texas in modern times, the reader can relate to the questions asked, as well as comprehend the answers that are offered. This book provides verifiable evidence, legal-historical methods and reliable research in order to prove that Jesus was not a liar or lunatic... that in reality, He was, and is, Lord.
Nick, Jessica, Jamal, Mina and Dr. Peterson are several characters who are passionate and excited about sharing their faith and revealing truths about Christ. While scholarly quotes are presented throughout the book, the reader can understand the academic arguments which are presented in a modern dialogue. Realistic questions and circumstances allow the reader to remain engaged and enthusiastic about many topics that are debated on college campuses today. A wonderful book that explores and proves the life of Jesus Christ.
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This book deals with the evidence for a historical Jesus Christ. It is presented in a fresh way so adults and students who may not pick up an academic book for a reasonable defense of the historicity of Jesus can read this and still come away with substantial answers. It is put together in such a way, following the first book in the Coffeehouse Chronicles series, that you will stay engaged with the storyline and come away with significant answers for the reliability of the life of Jesus Christ.

This series of books are so well written, and apologetic in their content, that I have adults and students in the church I serve wanting to read them. Hats off to Josh McDowell and Dave Sterrett!
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Sterrett and McDowell have done a great job tackling a rather difficult topic and putting the evidence for the life, ministry and miracles of Jesus into a very interesting and informative conversational read. I think the best thing about these books is that it gives the impression that apologetics or speaking to others about what you believe can be a part of normal, everyday conversation with friends, family and co-workers. Highly recommended this and the other books in this 3 book set - Is the Bible True and Did the Resurrection Happen.
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I read this book because I read the first book in this series and enjoyed it. I personally think this book is even better than the first. It really helped me understand historically who Christ was which
in turn helped me better understand Him as my Savior. Great book!
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I don't really get this approach. It appears to be a dumbing down of Christian apologetics. The idea, I guess, is to present evidence in a context where the Christian sees apologetics at work convincing and converting the unbeliever rather just a straight presentation of the evidence for Christianity. To their credit, they don't completely strawman the opposition. They present arguments that atheists and nonbelievers use. But the responses are surface level by the Christian protagonists and rarely challenged. Of course, that is all you can expect from a book this size, but still some of the arguments presented by the Christian protagonists were so off-base that I don't know how they could do anything but leave an intellectually curious questioner shaking his head wondering if this is really the best evidence available. At one point, the authors even included Francis Collins in a list of intelligent design proponents! The biggest problem, though, is that the book seems to be at odds with itself about whether a person should be using reason and evidence as the basis for deciding whether Christianity is true. Of course, the protagonists all believe that Christianity is supported by facts and evidence. But when a nonbeliever is confronted with all of the evidence that they were previously unaware of and accepts Christianity, they also have to repent for failing to believe it and misleading others. But why? If they really didn't know and the evidence that they had before suggested Christianity is untrue, why were they sinning for not believing? The answer, it is suggested, is that they didn't really disbelieve because of a lack of evidence, but because they didn't want to embrace Christianity for moral or other reasons.Read more ›
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