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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Is the Bible really true? How can I prove it? This book is especially helpful for newer Christians just coming to grips with the implications of the gospel in all areas of their lives.
What do you say when someone at work asks you why the gospel stories differ? How do you answer your neighbor when she asks what you think about all those "errors" in the Bible? Glenn Pearson offers simple, accessible principles that provide any Christian with the tools he or she needs to confidently respond to skeptical inquiries.
Glenn Pearson's combined intellectual and spiritual background has enabled him to speak the language of the academically oriented skeptic. Besides having extensive experience on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christand as a board member with various ministrieshe is Executive Vice President at Georgia Hospital Association in Marietta, Georgia. Glenn is married to Annette, a middle school science teacher and has two children: Andy and Stephanie.