Christianity. Islam. Buddhism. Jehovah's Witnesses. Judaism. Mormonism. Hinduism. With so many world religions, it's no wonder people get confused. Now revised for the 21st century, Ridenour's 1967 classic---with its clear, non-critical comparison---sets the record straight. You'll appreciate his reader-friendly style as he discusses various beliefs to help you better understand your own faith. 220 pages, softcover from Baker.
Completely revised and updated for the postmodern age, So What's the Difference? gives you easy-to-understand, nonjudgmental answers to the question, "How does orthodox biblical Christianity differ from other faiths?" Here Fritz Ridenour explains the basic tenets of Protestantism, Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, New Age, Mormonism, and other religions and belief systems of the world.
You will also learn why relative thinking--the idea that there is no objective, absolute truth--has become the predominant mindset in our culture, and how you can respond.
This bestselling guide will help you recognize the real differences between the Christian faith and other viewpoints and make it easier for you to explain and share your faith with others.
FRITZ RIDENOUR is a favorite writer of readers around the world, with more than 4 million copies of his books in circulation. His books include How to Be a Christian Without Being Religious and How to Be a Christian and Still Enjoy Life. Ridenour and his wife, Jackie, live in Santa Barbara, California. They have three children and ten grandchildren.