10 Questions Every Christian Must Answer: Thoughtful Responses to Strengthen Your Faith

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Would a loving God really send people to hell? Can we really trust what the Bible says? Is Jesus really the only way to heaven? 

Becoming a Christian does not mean that all of the questions about faith are instantly answered. In fact, more questions are likely to follow. However, not having knowledge about certain issues can dampen your faith and rob you of the joy that comes from confidently sharing it with others.

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Overview

Would a loving God really send people to hell? Can we really trust what the Bible says? Is Jesus really the only way to heaven? 

Becoming a Christian does not mean that all of the questions about faith are instantly answered. In fact, more questions are likely to follow. However, not having knowledge about certain issues can dampen your faith and rob you of the joy that comes from confidently sharing it with others.

Ten Questions Every Christian Must Answer provides responses to the toughest conversations regarding one's inward faith as well as the outward expression of it and is relevant to new believers and longtime Christ followers alike. Led by respected scholars Elmer Towns and Alex McFarland, readers can be sure this content is backed by sharp minds, deep thinking, and the unchanging Word of God.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433671814
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/1/2011
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 961,073
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Alex McFarland is the president of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Matthews, North Carolina, and a leading Christian apologist.

Elmer Towns is cofounder of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and dean of its School of Religion. Also a best-selling author, he won the ECPA Gold Medallion Book of the Year Award for The Names of the Holy Spirit.

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Table of Contents

Preface: The Bible Says It. I Believe It. That Settles It. Really? vii

Chapter 1 Is There Such a Thing as Absolute Truth? Alex McFarland 1

Chapter 2 How Can I Know There Is a God? Alex McFarland 17

Chapter 3 Where Did the Universe Come From? Alex McFarland 33

Chapter 4 Is the Bible Reliable? Elmer Towns 50

Chapter 5 Is Jesus the Only Way? Elmer Towns 75

Chapter 6 Are the Claims of Jesus' Physical Resurrection from the Dead Valid? Alex McFarland 93

Chapter 7 Are the Heathen Really Lost? Elmer Towns 108

Chapter 8 Is Hell a Real Place That Lasts for Eternity? Alex McFarland 126

Chapter 9 Must a Person Believe in Jesus or Make Him Lord of His Life to Be Saved? Elmer Towns 146

Chapter 10 How Detailed Is God's Wonderful Plan for Each Individual Life? Elmer Towns 164

Conclusion: Truth in Real Life Alex McFarland 185

Subject and Name Index 202

Scripture Index 205

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