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Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig
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Nov 01, 12

Read from October 08 to November 01, 2012

A very fine book, but very detailed. He tirelessly goes through arguments against Christianity and proves that they don’t stand up. He uses physics and logic and mathematics and physiology and many other areas to prove the reality of Christianity. Very detailed and at times, especially when sub points to arguments, I was somewhat lost. He points out how absolutely absurd it would be to have the world created out of nothing, and for somehow life to come out of nothing. And he lays out the arguments claims against Jesus including his resurrection and shows that the resurrection is the only options that stands up. Craig has another book, On Guard, that I thing is a little less detailed and I may look at it. In the end, the best apologetic for the reality of Jesus and God is the life of a Christian.
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10/08/2012 page 29
6.0%
10/22/2012 page 207
49.0% "Most unbelievers are ignorant of natural theology and have never confronted a Christian who is ready to offer carefully formulated arguments for his belief in God. Having logically valid, clearly formulated arguments is going to ... increase your credibility in their eyes, which will only make your witness more effective."
10/26/2012 page 287
69.0% "The presupposition against miracles tends to dominate the science and religion dialogue today, and yet neither ... are typically able to muster any robust defense of this presupposition. Once the non-Christian understands who God is, then the problem of miracles should cease to be a problem for him."
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