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Why Am I A Christian And Not A Buddhist [NOOK Book]

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This Book Was Revised on February 29,2012 and Now Includes a Bonus Book.

When I was 17 years old I realized that there were other people who believed in other things, besides Christianity. There were plenty of people who believed in Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism.

Eventually the question,” Why am I...
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Why Am I A Christian And Not A Buddhist

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Overview

This Book Was Revised on February 29,2012 and Now Includes a Bonus Book.

When I was 17 years old I realized that there were other people who believed in other things, besides Christianity. There were plenty of people who believed in Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism.

Eventually the question,” Why am I a Christian and not a Buddhist,” started to make me think. It started to make me think a lot about my beliefs and whether or not I would have still been a Christian, if I was born in India.

Well, what I have been? Think about it, what if I had different parents or was born in another time period? What if I was born on the North American continent 500 years ago would I still be a Christian?

These are some excellent questions, but where are the answers?

This book will provide you with an extraordinary look into the depths of your beliefs and why you actually are a Christian and not a Buddhist. If you're looking for a deeper understanding of why you believe that Jesus and Jehovah are God, you won't be disappointed.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013600720
  • Publisher: Greg Vanden Berge
  • Publication date: 6/17/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 57
  • File size: 56 KB

Meet the Author

Greg Vanden Berge is an international best-selling author and has dedicated to his life to making people think, about all sorts of things, including their religious beliefs. He's the author of numerous books on Christianity and spends a lot of time creating interesting content, for us to read.

He's extremely interested in philosophy, spirituality and of course Christianity. He was raised a Christian and understands the delicate fundamentals, of this mysterious religion.

Greg enjoys gardening and working around the house.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2012

    I am a believer in Jesus Christ!

    I was really disapppinted with this book. The author apparently is struggling with love, trust and relationship issues. In his text, he uses some of the 10 commandments to critique the Bible. He mentions coveting your neighbor things, lying and an adulterous relationships . How funny. At the end of this book, he tells of two bad relationships in which he had close ties with. One which involved two of his friends using this kind hearted woman for their own selfish needs and his failed relationship with a lying, adulterous woman. He makes some valid points about religion and interpretation of the Bible. However, while reading a book my interpretation may be different from someone else's interpretation however the author's words do not change. THIS IS A FACT!

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  • Posted July 28, 2011

    Good Job

    I already had a pretty good idea, why I was a Christian, but sometimes we need another way to look at these things. If you have never asked yourself this question and you don't have the money to buy the book, you should at least think about it.

    I Love Your Books.

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