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Compelling Evidence for God and the Bible: Finding Truth in an Age of Doubt

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In an age of doubt, it’s rare to find Christians who can speak clearly and boldly about the reasons for their faith. Douglas Jacoby is one of those rare Christians. As an international teacher for over 25 years, he has shared the vital truths found in Compelling Evidence for God and the Bible with thousands of people in all walks of life and in dozens of cultures.

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Harvest House Publishers
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Tabbey
Oct 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
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Helpful in addressing and dismissing common misconceptions of God and Christianity. I would've appreciated a slightly less-biased tone, or deeper exploration and development of certain arguments and dismissals.
Theresa
May 09, 2011 rated it really liked it
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I'm only in the first half of the book still, but I find it very insightful and useful to reinforcing my faith. Doug is very thorough in his explanations and evidence for believing in God and how atheism is illogical and doesn't stand soundly. So far, so good :)
Jilleen
Oct 18, 2010 rated it it was ok
Personally I find "More Than A Carpenter" more readable.. some of the things that Douglas mentions isn't as easy to comprehend .. and some of his logic I actually disagree. :|

Luke Radl
Sep 27, 2011 rated it it was ok
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A good opportunity to flex some critical thinking muscles, but really no knew or challenging information here. Certainly not "compelling."
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Since 2003, Douglas has been a freelance teacher and consultant. With degrees from Drew, Harvard, and Duke, Douglas has written 25 books, recorded 300 podcasts, and spoken in 500 cities in 111 nations around the world. He leads tours annually to sites of biblical interest (like Rome, Athens, and Jerusalem). He is also professor of theology at Lincoln Christian University.

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