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Why Mike's Not a Christian: Honest Questions about Evolution, Relativism, Hypocrisy, and More

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  • Posted October 20, 2008

    A great study┬┐

    Honest questions about evolution, relativism, hypocrisy, and more<BR/>Ben Young, with Sarah Fuselier<BR/>Harvest House Publishers, 2008<BR/>ISBN: 0736918655<BR/>Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for, 10/08<BR/>5 Stars<BR/>A great study¿<BR/>Why Mike¿s Not a Christian begins with a debate between two men. Mike is challenging Josh¿s beliefs. Josh knows he believes in God but cannot answer Mike¿s arguments. Some of the statements made by Mike are: it is true for you, but not for me, all paths lead to God, Christians are hypocrites, the Bible is inaccurate and Why would a good God allow pain and suffering. Could you answer these questions? <BR/>I know what I believe, and, yet, after searching myself, I realized I could not answer these questions. Ben Young offers the answers to these questions. His style is concise and easy-to-understand. He offers scriptures and logic to back up his teachings. Each chapter has a couple of questions at the end. I wish he had included more questions. Why Mike¿s Not a Christian would make a great Sunday school or small group study.

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