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The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask: (With Answers)

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  • Posted October 24, 2010

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    How do we know God really exists and that the Bible is true?

    There are so many questions that are often poised to Christians that for awhile not many had the answer to. Where to find certain scriptures that pertain to the subject? How would Jesus handle the situation and most of all, in every question, how can we make sure that we are leading them ultimately to seek God and His Word for the answers?

    I was so excited when Tyndale House Publishers asked me to review the book, The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask, by Mark Mittelberg and Lee Strobel simply because I wanted to know what are those questions that are the most difficult to answer for a Christian. This book not only provides a sampling of the questions, but shows you not only the scripture references but how to approach the subject like Jesus would instead of just handing them the answer.

    One hot subject for me was the question pertaining to "Why do you condemn homosexuality when it's clear that God made gays and that he loves all people the same?" I have so many teens that are friends of our daughters that are confused with this very issue. I love the way this chapter handles it. It takes you back to the story of the Samaritan woman at the well and the confrontation with her and Jesus.

    The chapter defines that the most important thing isn't handing them scripture references out of the Bible, but understanding their arguments against those very scriptures and how to deal with them. It all ties things back to God's original purpose of marriage and sex and that no matter what the sexual issue is, if you are not married, you don't get to participate in it. That marriage is defined as one man and one woman. When you keep that as your basis the rest is pretty easy to manage.

    More subjects include:

    Why are Christians so obsessed with abortion?
    What makes you so sure God even exists?
    How could a good God allow so much suffering?
    Why should I believe heaven and hell exist?
    Did evolution put God out of a job?

    And many, many more. Not only that but there is a chapter specifically devoted to questions Christians should hope our friends would ask us. This book rates a 5 out of 5 stars!!!

    9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2011

    A Left-Brained Delight

    We as Christians are living in an exciting time. We are living in what is called by some to be a postmodern or Google era. This current right-brained culture with its propensity towards creativity, intuition, subjectivity, the arts, narrative, feelings etc has so much to offer and teach us as Christians. At the same time this postmodern milieu is leaving many Christians susceptible to a left-brained deficit. I think this is where Mark Mittleberg's book "The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers) comes in.

    Tyndale and Mittelberg, through the Barna Group, ran a national survey of one thousand self proclaimed Christians. They asked Christians what the most difficult questions they would be asked by friends and colleagues. The top ten questions formed the outline of Mittelberg's book. Mittelberg's book tries to navigate through these questions with biblical, philosophically and culturally astute answers. His responses are clear, concise and would be a wonderful asset for those who want to work their left-brains and be able to provide rational and well thought out answers to the difficult questions many of their friends and co-workers might ask concerning their faith.

    Mittleberg's top ten questions deal with topics such as: Existence of God, Evolution, Trusting the Bible, Jesus, Evil, Abortion, Homosexuality and Heaven and Hell. After each chapter Mittleberg wonderfully provides a: 1. Summary of the answers to the questions, 2. Tips for talking about the issues, and 3. Questions for group discussion.

    Mittleberg's book is a wonderful apologetic book for Christians to be able to adequately defend their faith but most importantly for removing intellectual obstacles for unbelievers to be able to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

    Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2011

    Very Insightful

    Great information in easy to understand language.

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  • Posted April 20, 2011

    great book

    This book brought up some very tough questions and answered them in a very easy to understand way. A great reference for anyone wanting to know more.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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