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Building Belief: Constructing Faith from the Ground Up
     

Building Belief: Constructing Faith from the Ground Up

by Chad Meister
 
There are many apologetics resources available on bookstore shelves across the country, but none are quite like this one. Based on the Apologetics Pyramid method developed during Meister's work in the Defender's Ministry at Willow Creek Community Church, Building Belief begins not with assumptions of people's biblical knowledge but with their experiences. Author Chad

Overview

There are many apologetics resources available on bookstore shelves across the country, but none are quite like this one. Based on the Apologetics Pyramid method developed during Meister's work in the Defender's Ministry at Willow Creek Community Church, Building Belief begins not with assumptions of people's biblical knowledge but with their experiences. Author Chad V. Meister developed his strategy to begin where most contemporary unbelievers find themselves-filled with uncertainty and doubt. From there he seeks to lead them objectively through levels of reasoning to the apex of the pyramid: the ultimate truth of God found in Christ. By meeting people where they are in life, Meister creates a resource that promotes greater understanding and spiritual development. Lay readers, spiritual seekers, and Christians who want to strengthen their own faith will appreciate this fresh take on a traditional apologetics approach.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780801065699
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/28/2006
Pages:
227
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Meet the Author

Chad Meister (Ph.D., Marquette University) is the former head of Defenders (now called Truthquest), an apologetics ministry at Willow Creek Community Church.While pursuing his Ph.D. in philosophy, Chad developed the Apologetics Pyramid method highlighted in this book. It is based on his own journey from a spiritually seeking engineer to that of a convinced Christian philosopher. He is currently an assistant professor of philosophy at Bethel College in Indiana.

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