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Christianity: The Faith That Makes Sense

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Ideal for new teachers and group studies, this very readable apologetic presents a clear, rational defense for Christianity to those unfamiliar with the Bible. Readers will consider the validity of Christian beliefs, overcome barriers to faith, and be challenged to meet Christ personally.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published February 21st 1997 by Living Books (first published February 1992)
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Dennis Mccallum
Jan 23, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: Non Christians and New Christians
What is Faith Makes Sense?
In 1987 I was camping with my family in Wyoming near the Grand Tetons. We began talking to a couple of single guys in the campsite about spiritual matters. They came over later to our campfire, and sat down for a lengthy talk about whether God was real and whether we could know him.

When I explained how I had come to faith, and how the Bible was self-validating, they leaned forward with interest. The talk went on for several hours. By the time we went to bed, they were b
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Tera
May 19, 2008 added it
concise. The evidence is there. I also recommend watching Ben Stein's Expelled. Remember Paul reasoned with the jews in their synagogues for 3days straight. He reasoned. He is a reason-given creature. He used his reason and combined it with faith.
Diana
Jun 04, 2008 rated it it was amazing
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This book answers some of the toughest questions about Christianity and God. It's great for anyone investigating Christianity or those working with people who are. This book has also been published in Mandarin Chinese!
Johan Sulaiman
Oct 26, 2010 rated it it was amazing
An original, up-to-date way of explaining our status post-Redemption in the eyes of God.
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Takes the approach of putting forth Biblical prophecy as the defining mark of Christianity's validity.
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Dennis is Lead pastor of Xenos Fellowship, which is a grassroots house church planting ministry. Since beginning the group as a student Ohio State University, during the Jesus movement, he has remained interested in reproducing church features found in the New Testament. Xenos focuses on Bible exposition at its meetings, and most of Dennis' books focus on Bible teaching.