Defending Your Faith: Reliable Answers for a New Generation of Seekers and Skeptics

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"It is apologetics that needs no apology." —R. C. Sproul Designed to help everyone see that Christianity is a reasonable faith grounded on objective, verifiable evidence.
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Overview

"It is apologetics that needs no apology." —R. C. Sproul Designed to help everyone see that Christianity is a reasonable faith grounded on objective, verifiable evidence.
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Editorial Reviews

Christian Research Journal - Elliot Miller
ìThis may be the most important apologetics book for lay readers since Josh McDowellís - Evidence That Demands a Verdict.
Christian Research Journal
ìThis may be the most important apologetics book for lay readers since Josh McDowell's - Evidence That Demands a Verdict.
— Elliot Miller
R.C. Sproul
It is apologetics that needs no apology.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825436741
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 2/28/2004
  • Pages: 234
  • Sales rank: 1,039,676
  • Product dimensions: 5.08 (w) x 8.32 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Meet the Author

Dan Story (BA, San Diego Bible College; MA, Simon Greenleaf University) is the author of Christianity on the Offense as well as Defending Your Faith, which has been commended by Elliot Miller, editor in chief of Christian Research Journal, as the most important apologetics book for lay readers since Josh McDowell’s Evidence That Demands a Verdict.
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Table of Contents

Introduction xi
1. Why Does God Want Our Defense? 1
2. How Do We Know God Exists? 19
3. Why Should We Trust the Bible? 33
4. Why Interpret the Bible Literally? 49
5. Why Should We Reject Religious Writings Other Than the Bible? 63
6. Is Jesus a Legend, Lunatic, Liar, or Lord? 75
7. Is the Resurrection a Fraud, Fantasy, or Fact? 87
8. How Can One God Be Three? 99
9. Why Should Christianity Be Accepted As the Only Way to God? 109
10. Do Christians Condemn People to Hell Who Have Never Heard of Jesus? 121
11. Why Are the Bible and Science in Conflict? 131
12. How Do We Know Miracles Really Happen? 151
13. Why Is There Evil and Suffering in the World? 167
14. Why Reject Reincarnation? 179
15. Is God an Environmentalist? 197
16. Why Don't Christians Practice What They Preach? 209
17. Why Do We Need a Religious Crutch? 217
Notes 229
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