Is faith reasonable?
Are miracles really possible?
Is the Bible literally true?
Is God the author of morality?
Are other religions false?
Is America a "Christian nation"?
Does anyone deserve hell?
Why do people become atheists?
Is science at war with religion?
Is evolution compatible with the Bible?
If Jesus did exist, who was he?
How would Christianity change my life?
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Table of Contents
Foreword Dinesh D'Souza 9
1 Is Faith Reasonable? 13
2 Is Science at War with Religion? 21
3 What Does the Big Bang Say About Creation? 27
4 Is There Proof That God Made the World for Our Sake? 33
5 Does Evolution Contradict the Bible? 39
6 Did Christians Persecute Galileo? 49
7 Was Jesus an Historical Person? 57
8 If Jesus Did Exist, Who Was He? 67
9 Were Adam and Eve Real People? 81
10 Is the Bible Literally True? 87
11 Did the Resurrection Really Happen? 95
12 Are Miracles Really Possible? 103
13 Can God Create a Stone Bigger Than He Can Lift? 109
14 How Do We Know What Comes After Death? 115
15 How Do We Know That We Have Souls? 121
16 Is God the Author of Morality? 127
17 Why Didn't God Prevent the Holocaust? 133
18 Are Natural Disasters "Acts of God"? 141
19 Are Other Religions False? 149
20 Do Jews, Muslims and Hindus Go to Heaven? 155
21 Does Anyone Deserve Hell? 163
22 Isn't Religion a Source of Division, War and Oppression? 171
23 What Has Christianity Done for the World? 177
24 Is America a "Christian Nation"? 183
25 Should Church and State Be Separate? 189
26 Should Christians Be Republicans or Democrats? 195
27 What's Wrong with Homosexuality? 201
28 Why Does the Old Testament God Seem Like a Monster? 207
29 Why Does God Appear to Some People But Not to Others? 213
30 Why Pray When Prayers Aren't Always Answered? 219
31 Why Do People Become Atheists? 227
32 How Would Christianity Change My Life? 235
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