Time for Truth: A Challenge to Skeptics

Time for Truth: A Challenge to Skeptics

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by Steve Copland
     
 

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Is there one consistent truth, one story which eclipses all others, a single road towards the light revealed through religion, science, philosophy, legend and myth?

Some would say 'no'; they are wrong.

We live in perilous times. This is a time for answers, a time to take a closer look, this is a Time for Truth.

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Is there one consistent truth, one story which eclipses all others, a single road towards the light revealed through religion, science, philosophy, legend and myth?

Some would say 'no'; they are wrong.

We live in perilous times. This is a time for answers, a time to take a closer look, this is a Time for Truth.

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ISBN-13:
9781494994549
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/08/2010
Pages:
190
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.40(d)

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Time for Truth: A Challenge to Skeptics 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 69 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No offense to the author, who is entitled to his beliefs. This book offers nothing new to the non-believer. It trots out the same arguments, uses the same misrepresentations of evolution and athiests etc. Basically it's a book for christians written by a christian offering nothing substansive, but written very well.
Victor3000 More than 1 year ago
This book seriously reads like the author has never stuck his head out of a fundamentalist church. When writing books "challenging skeptics", you would think the author would at least educate themselves on the information already out there. This isn't challenging skeptics, it's patting other Christians on the back.
Alan Lavine More than 1 year ago
300 pages of junk. My 11 year old has a better grasp of science than the author.
leannb More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books I've read in years and the only biblical type of book I have read from front to back in 2 days. The ease and flow of Mr. Copland's writing style helps you stay glued to the pages and wanting more. I am going to read this again this weekend as it is this good. All adversities and negativism to Jesus have been met with clear, concise and indisputable supporting facts. But what really makes this a great read is the style of writing which is easy on the mind, you don't have to sit there trying to figure out what he is saying to us.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I only gave this drivel one star to drag down its aggregate rating. There is nothing new or worthwhile here. Just the usual straw man and red herring logical fallacies. All the assertions of this so-called 'author' have been made (and disproven) by theologians and/ or scientists of far more intelligence, discernment, and talent than this rube.
Abbie-Winters More than 1 year ago
Educational A great book for skeptics.
romadov More than 1 year ago
I didn't find in this book anything new. The author tells us his opinion without any reasonable explanations. Maybe somebody like books like "Time for Truth: A Challenge to Skeptics". But, in my opinion there a lot of intresting books about inspiration. I like new authors, because they are unpredictable like Anatoliy Obraztsov with "A crossing or the drop's history". And I wait for sometning new, intresting from experienced authors... in this book I didn't get it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't even get through the first 'argument' without finding several skewed views towards atheism.
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Nick234 More than 1 year ago
Highly Recommended After reading some of the reviews on here one wonders if the writers read this book to the end. Obviously a seriously contentious topic as one can see by the ratings. Copland uses simple yet profound arguments which no atheist or negative reviewer has dared to challenge or contradict. If one is going to criticize a book of this nature, at least have the guts to try and prove the author wrong. This book begins with seven basic yet compelling arguments for the existence of God, goes on to speak about Creation, the problems of evil and suffering, and then takes the reader on a journey of Biblical history. The list of prophecies about the birth, life, death and resurrrection of Christ and archaeological evidences mentioned throughout are arguments which none are daring to contradict in these reviews. This book is highly recommended as a gift to anyone seeking answers to life's questions. it takes the readers hand and walks through many of the contradictions about macro-evolution, deals with the absurdity of atheism, and then introduces the reader to a path towards existential truth.
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I really liked some of Copland's other books, but this is more of a supported opinion book. It's fairly long, and sometimes dry, but I did find a couple portions eye opening. I would recommend it for someone is researching the Bible and today's society.
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The usual rubbish one can expect.
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