* Having faced a profound test of his own belief system during a life-and-death crisis, Samples's faith stood firm. Now, using the Apostle's Creed, he uses nine distinct tests to compare the Christian worldview with current religious and philosophical "competitors" including Islam, postmodernism, naturalism, and pantheistic monism. Learn why Christianity is uniquely reasonable, verifiable, and livable! 320 pages, softcover from Baker.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 320 Vendor: Baker Books Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches) ISBN: 0801068223 ISBN-13: 9780801068225 Availability: In Stock
Recent Barna research indicates that less than one in ten evangelical Christians hold a biblical worldview. A World of Difference seeks to change this disturbing fact by educating readers on how the Christian perspective is uniquely reasonable, verifiable, and liveable. Author Kenneth Richard Samples faced a profound test of his own belief system during a personal life-and-death crisis. In A World of Difference, he uses nine distinct tests to compare the Christian worldview with current religious and philosophical competitors, including Islam, postmodernism, naturalism, and pantheistic monism. Samples tackles tough issues through this in-depth study of Christianity's history, creed, and philosophical basis. An excellent resource for readers who want their view of life and the world to make sense.
Kenneth Richard Samples is vice president of philosophical and theological apologetics with Reasons To Believe, the premier science-religion think tank. A Christian apologetics professor at Biola University, Samples also answers tough faith questions in his book Without at Doubt. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Joan, and their three children.