Amy Orr-Ewing addresses key questions and objections that many people today have about God. As the European training director for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Orr-Ewing answers these questions with clarity and insight. For your non-Christian friends or for yourself Is Believing in God Irrational? is an encouraging resource.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 132 Vendor: Inter-Varsity Press Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 0830833536 ISBN-13: 9780830833535 Availability: In Stock
Is God really real? And how can we know if anyone's experience of God is actually valid? Skeptics today are increasingly vocal in their assertion not only that God is unverifiable, but also that believing in God is irrational and even dangerous. Even those who believe wonder if they can speak objectively about the actual reality of God or if they can only appeal to a subjective belief in God. Amy Orr-Ewing addresses key questions and objections that many people today have about God. She explores whether our understanding of God is delusional or merely a psychological crutch. She probes whether the Christian claim to a unique personal relationship with God is plausible in light of other world religions, and how anyone can continue to believe in God in a world of pain and suffering. If you have questions about God, you're not alone. Come consider some possible answers.
Amy Orr-Ewing is the UK Director for RZIM Europe and Curriculum Director for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University before receiving a Masters degree in Theology at King's College, London. Amy has written a number of books, including two that explore key questions in apologetics: which was shortlisted for the 2006 UK Christian Book Awards, and Her most recent publication is which was co-written with her husband Frog in 2010. Amy is also now a regular columnist for magazine. Amy speaks and lectures on Christian apologetics worldwide, at events such as Keswick Convention, New Wine and the European Leadership Forum, Hungary. Amy lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband Frog and their three boys where they have recently planted a new church called the Latimer Minster.
Ravi Zacharias is a renowned Christian scholar and author, and founder of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.
"Amy Orr-Ewing is one of the foremost British evangelists and apologists of our generation. Her writings are clear-thinking, thoughtful and persuasive."
"Brilliant. . . . Defends the truths of Christianity with grace and intelligence."
"A provocative, informed and challenging book, which is certain to stimulate thought and conversation."
"A time of cynicism and shallow slogans is the church's time of opportunity. This book helps us water hard ground and plant seeds that might take root and bear fruit. Here is a guidebook that is elegant, understandable and necessary in our time. Please study it, and disseminate such thoughtfulness in a hurting world."
"Amy Orr-Ewing takes you on a journey to where the soul is at home with its hungers of mind and heart fulfilled. . . . She lives her message and is a powerful example of the truths she presents. She meets the test of reality, and that is what makes this book so arguably real."