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TRICKY The hardest questions to ask about Christianity

TRICKY The hardest questions to ask about Christianity
The hardest questions to ask about Christianity (and some answers) Michael Dormandy, Carl Laferton Helpful, biblical, realistic answers to the biggest questions we can ask about God, Jesus and life.
 
Our Price: £4.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781909559172
Stock: 3
Publisher: GOOD BOOK COMPANY
Author: DORMANDY MICHAEL
 
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Publisher's Description This book doesn't try to win an argument or sound clever. It wants to help people meet Jesus. Michael and Carl engage with nine of the best questions people ask about Christian belief in a warm, straightforward way. All too many non-Christians don't get answers to their questions. All too few Christians are confident about talking about their faith. All of them need this book. Contents Introduction Doesnt Jesus ruin your fun? In the end its just a matter of opinion, isnt it? How can anyone believe in the resurrection? If Jesus is real, why is there so much suffering? Does Jesus care about my pain? Hasnt science disproved God? Dont Christians hate gay people? Surely you dont think theres only one true religion? Why should I bother with Jesus?
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