Brad Harrub





Brad Harrub



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Convicted: A Scientist Exam...

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God Made Dinosaurs

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God Made Fish

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Investigating Christian Evi...

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The Truth about Human Origins

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Heart of the Matter: Letter...

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Alex Takes a Boat Ride: The...

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Alex Plays in the Garden: T...

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Engage: Rethinking How We W...

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“Many of the same people who are crying for mankind to tolerate everything have overlooked examples of intolerance that have utterly reshaped the country in which we live. For instance, what would this country be like if George Washington had tolerated British troops? Where would we be today if Thomas Jefferson had tolerated King George III? Or what if Fredrick Douglas had tolerated slavery, or Martin Luther King Jr. had tolerated segregation? What would America be like if Winston Churchill had tolerated Adolf Hitler or if Susan B. Anthony tolerated only men voting? Part of what made these individuals great was that they were strong enough to stand up for their convictions. They recognized something as “wrong,” and they didn’t tolerate it.”
Brad Harrub, Convicted: A Scientist Examines the Evidence for Christianity



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