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Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Why are Christians against same-sex people getting married? . . . Why do you believe God exists at all? . . . Why would God allow evil and suffering? . . . Why trust the Bible when its full of mistakes? . . . How could a loving God send people to hell? . . . What makes you think Jesus was more than just a good teacher? . . . Why are Christians so judgmental?
Some questions can stop a conversation. Today, more than ever, people are raising difficult, penetrating questions about faith, God, and the Bible. Based on an exclusive new Barna survey of 1,000 Christians, The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask presents compelling, easy-to-grasp answers to ten of the most troubling questions facing Christians today. These include everything from the existence of heaven to the issues of abortion and homosexuality, as well as the question of whether evolution eliminates our need for a God.
Using this book as a guide, the author teaches readers how to discuss vital issues of the church today, not shying away from topics such as global human suffering, abortion, poverty, homosexuality, war, rampant diseases, race relations, and even the environment. He does so with relevancy and in an nonthreatening conversational tone.
The reader can feel at ease when engaging in discussions of tough topics, for the author provides point-blank advice and insightful suggestions on how to approach these subjects with candor, honesty, and genuine grace. Mittelberg takes his guide a step further by providing end-of-the-chapter discussion questions, making this format suitable for young believers in Bible studies, small groups, or apologetics classes.
Mittelberg assures readers that the point of this book is not to win arguments but to provide answers for people with genuine questions about Christianity and to lead people to Christ motivated by love. His book provides the wisdom on how to accomplish that. Samantha Stevens, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
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