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True for You, but Not for Me
     

True for You, but Not for Me

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by Paul Copan
 
Answers to Today's Toughest Faith Questions

"Well, that may be true for you, but it's not for me" is the rallying cry of our culture. It's one of many popular sayings put forward with no evidence:

"All religions lead to God."

"Who are you to judge others?"

"Jesus was just another great religious leader."

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True for You, but Not for Me 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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**** Many people in the post-modern world would have you believe that there is but one absolute truth, that there is no absolute truth. All roads lead to God, if there is one, they say and morals can be adapted to fit the current situation. However, in this book, those arguments are quickly revealed to be paper tigers. In a highly readable fashion, Mr. Copan defends the Christian worldview and all that goes along with it. In the end, you will reach the logical conclusion that truth is always true, no matter what. ****