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How Do You Know You're Not Wrong?: Responding to Objections That Leave Christians Speechless

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2006

    Picking & choosing

    This is an excellent book for anyone who confronts today's Evangelicals. It's a good demonstration of the expected subjective selection between which Biblical passages are chosen to be re-interpreted and which are held to be unquestionably true as-is. Mr. Copan does an excellent job of stressing that certain difficult passages (e.g. Jacob's sacrifice of Isaac) must be viewed in terms of the environments in which they were created: locations, point in times, and overall contexts in which they appear. Unfortunately, for Biblical passages which support his particular prejudices, he does no more than assert that they are self-evidently true and must be taken as-is. Hopefully, anyone reading this book will be able to see the ironic light in which this casts Evangelicalism, and will go on to view ALL Biblical passages with regards to the evironments in which they were created.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2008

    Excellent Book

    Excellent Book. Well thought out apologetics. Was surprised at the cynical review where the reviewer comments on Jacob's sacrificing Isaac. Abraham was asked to sacrifice Isaac to test his faith not Jacob. He obviously has never read the bible. I wonder if he read this book. I was amused when atheists comment on Biblical books when they haven't taken the time to even read the book they are based upon. Just a thought.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2005

    4 stars

    **** In a world where it often seems like the only right some vocal people are willing to grant Christians is the right to remain silent, it is easy to begin to wonder, 'am I wrong to believe?' Addressing this question with solid reasons why you are not wrong to believe and what makes Christianity logical, this book will give you the confidence to deal with a world in which Christans are resident aliens. How do we know we have a soul and are more than animals? What about the strange things in the Old Testament that often seem bizarre and harsh? Did a lot of books get left out of the Bible? The answers to these questions and more will give you surety that not only are you, the Christian not wrong, but you are right. ****

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