6 edition of Christianity For Skeptics found in the catalog.
August 1, 2000
by Hendrickson Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Book Description. Communication Strategies for Engaging Climate Skeptics examines the intersection of climate skepticism and Christianity and proposes strategies for engaging climate skeptics in productive conversations.. Despite the scientifically established threats of climate change, there remains a segment of the American population that is skeptical of the scientific consensus on climate. The complete texts of the Bible, Quran, and Book of Mormon, with annotations from a skeptic's point of view.
This list of books about skepticism is a skeptic's library of works centered on scientific skepticism, religious skepticism, critical thinking, scientific literacy, and refutation of claims of the also includes titles about atheism, irreligion, books for "young skeptics" and related is intended as a starting point for research into these areas of study. Answers to various questions asked by skeptics about God and Christianity,
The Bible continues to be the world’s most-read book of all time with more than 5 billion copies sold, but the latest research shows that Americans’ skepticism and interest in Christianity’s. NOTES. According to David Kinnaman, this is true for most Americans, not just skeptics. In the book unChristian, Kinnaman says that many outsiders to the Christian faith, and in particular young people, have a low view of an says those outside the faith hold six broad views of Christians: (1) hypocritical; (2) too focused on getting converts; (3) antihomosexual; (4) sheltered.
The idea of politics.
York in English history
Full Spectrum 4 (Full Spectrum)
Organizing for project management
Grandma was a pioneer
account of the very remarkable trial of Richard Patch, for the wilful murder of Mr. Isaac Blight, late ship breaker of Deptford.
Little Jollys Find a Home
Wage premiums for on-the-job computer use
Nutrition, dairying and subject boundaries
study of the relationships among self-concept, attitudes toward physical activity, and physical fitness levels of fourth and fifth grade students
This book covers a broad range of questions many skeptics have concerning Christianity. I particularly liked the chapter dealing with the common 'problem of evil'. The book is littered with quotes from well known skeptics and Christians throughout. A good amount of /5(10). "Christianity for Skeptics" by Dr.
Steve Kumar with Dr. Jonathan Sarfati is a brilliant book where using reason and logic, Christianity is proven to be the only reasonable, logical, viable worldview. The first chapter begins by asking if God exists/5.
Christianity For Skeptics attempts to provide a basis for belief by enlisting scholarsÂ—both Christian and non-ChristianÂ—who have come to the conclusion that there is a strong argument and basis for belief in God and in Christianity/5(8).
The book was adapted from a BBC radio broadcast C.S. Lewis participated in where he answered many of Christianity’s burning questions.
The book is biblically sound and apologetical in nature, defending the Christian faith while inviting the reader to connect on a personal level. The Case For Christ - Lee Strobel. About the Author. Get this from a library.
Christianity for skeptics. [Steve Kumar; Jonathan D Sarfati] -- People today are desperately searching for something, or someone, to believe in, and day by day it gets harder.
The secularist says that even if there is a God, he is unimportant in relation to. A Note on Christianity For Skeptics My previous books have essentially presupposed that the Bible and Christianity are true, and mainly explained the proper interpretation and scientific support.
This new book provides evidence for the truth of the Bible, and that Jesus was the Son of God as he claimed. Praise for Christianity Considered This remarkably refreshing book gives good reasons why non-Christians should believe that Christianity is true, provides an insightful explanation of what it means to begin to believe in Jesus Christ, answers common objections to the Christian faith (especially from philosophers), and explains why Christians think differently about every important question in.
The Problem of God is written by a skeptic who became a Christian and then a pastor, all while exploring answers to the most difficult questions raised against Christianity. Growing up in an atheistic home, Mark Clark struggled through his parents' divorce, acquiring Tourette syndrome and OCD in his teen years.4/5(1).
This book was required reading for the following courses: (1) “Science & Global Change Colloquium” taught by Thomas Holtz & John Merck, and (2) “Science & Pseudoscience in Psychology” taught by Jeffrey Brookings.
This book was also used by Michael Dean with his high school students, you can find more information on his course here. In this meticulously researched guide, Komoszewski, Sawyer, and Wallace invite readers to take a firsthand look at the primary evidence for Christianity's origins. Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture () by J.
Ed Komoszewski, M. James Sawyer, Daniel B. Wallace5/5(4). This classic by Dr. Steve Kumar has been considerably updated with assistance from Dr. Jonathan Sarfati. It contains cutting edge material on design in nature and the Christian roots of science, and with its modern, catchy full color cartoon-style illustrations it is a real pick me up and read me type book.
First, some guidelines. Pray for wisdom, for His love for inquirers (Rom. ), and for your questioner's heart. If appropriate, briefly share the gospel first. The Holy Spirit may draw your. Critique of "Reasons Skeptics Should Consider Christianity" by Josh McDowell and Don Stewart James Still.
Josh McDowell, organizer and minister to the Campus Crusade for Christ, co-wrote with Don Stewart, the infamous book Reasons Skeptics Should Consider introduction states that Reasons was "written to give various reasons why we believe in the inspiration of the Bible as God.
Answering Skeptics All content has been taken from Josh McDowell’s Answers to Tough Questions Skeptics Ask About the Christian Faith. This book provides clear and persuasive answers to 65 difficult questions skeptics often ask of the Christian faith., such as.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: Part I: The Mystic Experience of the Apostle Paul: Recovery of a Model for Christian Living Death to Life the Pharisee: Destruction of the Self the Christian: A New Creation the Person: Imitatio Christi --V.
Paul and the Church: One in Christ. Confronting Christianity is a book I will draw upon myself and will recommend widely to believers and skeptics alike.” Karen Swallow Prior, author, On Reading Well and Fierce Convictions “Rebecca McLaughlin addresses the most frequent and pressing objections to Christianity in our time with unflinching honesty, rigorous clarity, and deep.
Good books for a skeptic agnostic/atheist who's interested in learning more about Christianity with an open mind I've recently been exploring Christianity(for about the 3rd time now ha) and I read a few books that have really helped me out with a lot of things and have helped me to better understand Christianity.
Christian Book List for Enquirers, Skeptics and Strugglers For all you people who want proof, one way or another, that God exists and that the Bible is true and accurate, I know how that feels. During the penultimate term of my degree I doubted my faith, and during that time of doubting I read a lot of the books listed below, and I read others.
To give some context, I married a Christian girl (Presbyterian) a year ago, who has been Christian from the day she was born and has been going to.
Confronting Christianity is a book I will draw upon myself and will recommend widely to believers and skeptics alike.” — Karen Swallow Prior, author, On Reading Well and Fierce Convictions.
In A Guide to Christianity for Skeptics and Seekers, renowned theologian Dr. John Frame introduces the reader to the Christian religion and its unique intellectual framework, describing the key pillars of Christian thought and how these shape the Christian worldview.
> Five Books for Skeptics and Seekers. Five Books for Skeptics and Seekers. March 4, Overall, the tone is gracious, the content is excellent, and the conclusions are convincing. Cold-Case Christianity is a terrific book. The Reason for God by Tim Keller. Dr. Tim Keller has spent most of his life pastoring Redeemer Presbyterian, an.This book is the sequel to Carl Sagan’s beloved classic and the companion to the hit television series hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
eSkeptic for Ap In Science Salon # Michael Shermer speaks with Ann Druyan about her book Cosmos: Possible Worlds, exploring how science and civilization grew up together.