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That's a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith is Challenged
     

That's a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith is Challenged

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by Glenn Pearson
 

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What do you say when someone at work asks you why the gospel stories differ? How do you answer your neighbor when she asks what you think about all those "errors" in the Bible?

Glenn Pearson offers simple, accessible principles that provide any Christian with the tools he or she needs to confidently respond to skeptical inquiries.

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What do you say when someone at work asks you why the gospel stories differ? How do you answer your neighbor when she asks what you think about all those "errors" in the Bible?

Glenn Pearson offers simple, accessible principles that provide any Christian with the tools he or she needs to confidently respond to skeptical inquiries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780781443579
Publisher:
Cook, David C
Publication date:
03/01/2007
Series:
None Ser.
Edition description:
New
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.39(d)

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Meet the Author

Glenn Pearson's combined intellectual and spiritual background has enabled him to "speak the language" of the academically oriented skeptic. Besides having extensive experience on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ—and as a board member with various ministries—he is Executive Vice President at Georgia Hospital Association in Marietta, Georgia.

Glenn is married to Annette, a middle school science teacher and has two children: Andy, who attends the University of Georgia; and Stephanie, a student at Marietta High School.

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That's a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith is Challenged 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Saroknight74 More than 1 year ago
Starting with the negative... 1. I am rating the nook version, so the fact that every time he directly quoted from another source it appeared VERY light on the page and hard to read needs to be mentioned. 2. He was constantly  listing a web site to visit with appendixes for more information on the things he was discussing.. this book would have been MUCH better if that information had been included in the book instead of directions to an outside source. 3. Based on the title of the book I was expecting to learn a lot of the questions that skeptics and others ask about the bible and the answers to those questions... it wasn't like that at all. Now, all that being said, there was still a LOT of very useful information in this book, I am glad I read it and hope to remember as much of it as possible for future conversations with skeptics of the bible. I would have given 4 stars just for everything that was in this book, but because of the large number of negative issues I had with the book I had to subtract 1 star.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm toying with a TARDIS in the 1600s with Discord in the Pasta Mansion because I can or else Eyeless Jack will eat me.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
At last, a readable and thoroughly entertaining apologetics book that helps the ordinary Christian explain his or her 'reason for the hope that is within them.' In a manner unknown to many authors today,Glenn skillfully blends humor and intellect to produce a great work of apologetics. This book will be a valuable resource in my ministry to men. Here's hoping we will see more from this author.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The author, through some really humorous stories and illustrations showed how the many 'supposed' contradictions in the Bible are easily explained away. He also showed how we all use 'filters' when we read the Bible. Very insightful stuff. I learned a lot, and had a fun time reading it.