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Answers for Atheists, Agnostics, and Other Thoughtful Skeptics: Dialogs About Christian Faith and Life

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Christians and non-Christians struggle with vital questions about God and themselves. Honest questions deserve honest answers. And in an age when people often have little acquaintance with Christianity, the answers must be especially clear and understandable--no religious jargon, just straightforward truth. In this unusual book, frank dialogs between a non-Christian and hi ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 15th 1993 by Crossway Books
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Caleb Cate
The dialogue of this book was anything but believable for an actual conversation; however, that does not mean that it did not hold some very interesting points. The book showed me many arguments that I could use in defense of my beliefs, although some of them seemed outdated and disproven, both philosophically and scientifically. The best I can say is that it offered me new points of argumentation for my beliefs, and that it also showed me how to argue without becoming too emotional, or without ...more
Becks Perry
Feb 11, 2017 rated it did not like it
It wasn't scientific answers or set in stoned facts... It's an author trying to convert a skeptic.
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The format made it easy to read and keep up with the many ideas expressed during the discussion between the 2 friends. I like the patience that was display during points of disagreement. (Too bad our politicians refuse to act in this same manner.) I highly recommend this book to others who seek to understand Christianity. I would like to read some of the many resources the author listed to expand my knowledge, however the materials are not available at my local library. Overall I consider this a ...more
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Great narrative! Really deals with the common objections in an interesting dialogue.
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