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Without a Doubt: Answering the 20 Toughest Faith Questions

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It can be difficult to answer questions about the Christian faith-even for Christians who regularly read their Bibles and attend church. What can they say to a skeptic who questions Christian doctrine or truth claims? What about young Christians who want answers to their tough questions?
Without a Doubt covers questions on everything from the doctrine of the incarnation to
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Paperback, 286 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Baker Books
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Ron
Sep 16, 2008 Ron rated it liked it
Tries to answer faith's toughest questions. Frankly, it falls short.
Zach Freeman
Jun 04, 2011 Zach Freeman rated it it was ok
Samples tries to answer the "20 Toughest Faith Questions" but this is really a book for people who already accept the answers he's giving. He doesn't really address anything tough here. The biggest flaw is his repeated use of straw-man tactics, such as saying something like "atheists say 'I only believe what I can see'" and then showing how you can't see a lot of things you believe. Things like this are quite trivial. He also manages to work in Pascal's Wager as a genuine argument... what year i ...more
Laura
Oct 29, 2013 Laura rated it liked it
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I had to read this book for my World Religions class. I felt as though it were a "dumbed down" version of Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ. The author asks and answers questions about faith that in all honesty as a believer in Christ, I just never asked. I tried to take in the good and disregard the bad, but in the end I really didn't agree with much of his theology. He seems like a legalist and that there's no room for moves of the Spirit. In the end, I gave the book 3 stars because for someon ...more
Jeffrey Backlin
Mar 15, 2014 Jeffrey Backlin rated it liked it
Good review of answers to objections to Christianity from a Reformed thinker.
Rick
Jul 29, 2014 Rick rated it it was amazing
Awesome Apologetics! Very informative and convincing of Truth.
David Jarrett
Oct 17, 2014 David Jarrett rated it it was ok
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Unfortunately this book was so full of gobbledegook that it was not worth finishing. I decided just reading the Holy Bible was far more valuable and educational.
Ryan Kaufman
Oct 05, 2013 Ryan Kaufman rated it really liked it
I've always enjoyed Ken Sample's podcasts from Reasons to Believe, so I decided to pick up this book. Ken does a great job at answering tough questions about Christianity that you hear quite commonly among believers and skeptics alike. Some of the questions given responses to are God's existence, the Creation, the reliability of Scripture, the Trinity, etc... Of course with 20 sections to the book, each question isn't gone over in great detail, but solid arguments are still offered nonetheless.
Jeremiah
Mar 03, 2008 Jeremiah rated it really liked it
Samples works for Reasons to Believe a science apologetics ministry and is one of the most astute & clearest communicators I've ever heard. I'm also just reading his chapter on the resurrection, something I like to do the month preceding Easter.
Sophia
Apr 28, 2009 Sophia rated it really liked it
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Reading for an apologetics class. I like this book but he kind of comes to the issues with a "well, duh" attitude. He is an excellent writer but highly intellectual...
Andrea Pal
VERY thorough and scientific...good info and proof...but it may be hard to read for some people...took me a while to read it...but i enjoyed it.
Renee
Dec 20, 2012 Renee rated it it was amazing
Very thorough, comprehensive read. A book I would revisit for it's in-depth answers for those very tough questions.
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Kenneth Richard Samples began voraciously studying Christian philosophy and theology when his thirst for purpose found relief in the Bible. He earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy and social science from Concordia University and his MA in theological studies from Talbot School of Theology. For seven years, Kenneth worked as Senior Research Consultant and Correspondence Editor at the Chris ...more
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