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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: IVP Academic
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
- faith and reason
- arguments for Gods existence
- the case for Jesus
- the problem of evil
- religious pluralism and Christian exclusivism
The intricate content of the work is rich with Bible truths and Biblical theorems, postulated to aid understanding the foundation of Christian thought and practice. Practical philosophical arguments are constructed with sound Biblical principles and concepts, along with discussions that explore Biblical truths in contrast to postulates proposed by mainstream modern society. The authors put forward their arguments in a confrontational style, which is typical for most philosophy courses. Readers will be pleased to find well structured, supported, and validated conclusions based on presented facts and documented principles of faith.
The book is divided into five primary areas of discussion. Many arguments surrounding basic Christian theology, practices, and concepts are offered to answer questions of faith and Biblical truths from rudimentary to advanced issues. From the relationship of reason and faith, to the challenges that face Christians today, very moving and substantial discussions are provided as a means for many to deepen their insight and true faith in God's word. A masterfully prepared collage of ideas through and of potential opponents guides readers to become proponents of Christian beliefs.
We are each provided detailed information, or weapons, to use in our defense of what we believe. The abundance of thought permits greater insight into ourselves by helping us first examine what we believe, then aids in the conglomerate thought process of faith. By dissecting the arguments against Biblical truths and faith, we are able to examine our fundamental understandings and see through the poor construction of world arguments. The reader is led through a wealth of encouragement and understanding to ponder and prove many of the most sacred compositions of knowledge and faith building. Once our Holy Armor is placed upon us, we are given additional weapons through the concepts offered by this resource for all Christians. It simply must find its place in the believers library. Dr. Wesley B. Rose, Christian Book Previews.com