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Christian Defense Manual By Matt Slick M.Div.
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This is a collection of parts of the Apologetics School,Critical Thinking School and Theology School. It is great for easy access to the basics of each at 346 pages.
Christianity:true or false By Robert Conrad
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This book takes a straight forward look at christianity.I explain why christianity is true
Orthodox Christianity Reasonable Faith By Father Peter Farrington
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Father Peter Farrington considers the reasonable evidence for the Orthodox Christian Faith, and responds to criticisms of Christianity being a leap in the dark, or equivalent to believing in fairy... More > stories. He begins by showing the reasonable evidence that God exists, that there was person called Jesus, and that his life and teaching are reasonably preserved in the Gospels. He asks what sort of person Jesus was, and what he said about himself. Father Peter reflects on the problem of evil and suffering in the world and shows that this is not inconsistent with the existence of God. He concludes by examining some of the evidence that makes it reasonable to believe that the Orthodox Church is the same Church that Jesus established in the first century, and describes some of the basic teachings of the Orthodox Church, which the reasonable nature of the Orthodox Faith demand be taken seriously.< Less
Orthodox Christianity Reasonable Faith By Father Peter Farrington
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Father Peter Farrington considers the reasonable evidence for the Orthodox Christian Faith, and responds to criticisms of Christianity being a leap in the dark, or equivalent to believing in fairy... More > stories. He begins by showing the reasonable evidence that God exists, that there was person called Jesus, and that his life and teaching are reasonably preserved in the Gospels. He asks what sort of person Jesus was, and what he said about himself. Father Peter reflects on the problem of evil and suffering in the world and shows that this is not inconsistent with the existence of God. He concludes by examining some of the evidence that makes it reasonable to believe that the Orthodox Church is the same Church that Jesus established in the first century, and describes some of the basic teachings of the Orthodox Church, which the reasonable nature of the Orthodox Faith demand be taken seriously.< Less
The Christian vs. The University By Garrison McKeen Cattell
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Known to hundreds of thousands of students and alumni of the Pennsylvania State University as “The Willard Preacher,” Garrison (Gary) Cattell has been open-air evangelizing there daily... More > since 1982. Through a series of poignant and heartfelt letters of advice addressed to a young Christian convert, this book captures the essence of his lifelong preaching ministry. It is recommended for students, inquirers to the Christian Faith, and anyone struggling to find and defend Truth on today’s college campus.< Less
Catholic Christianity and Modern Unbelief By Right Rev. J. D. Ricards, D.D.
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Originally published in 1883, the full title of this book is: "Catholic Christianity and Modern Unbelief: a Plain and Brief Statement of the Real Doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church, as... More > opposed to those falsely attributed to her, by Christians who reject her authority; and by unbelievers in Revelation; that thus a Contrast may be easily drawn between the 'Faith once Delivered to the Saints' and the Conflicting Theories, and scientific guesses of the present age; and serving as a Refutation to the assaults of Modern Infidelity." What more can be said? This book is a photographic reprint of the 1884 edition by Benziger Brothers.< Less
Apologia: A Collection of Christian Essays By R. Alan Woods
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A collection of essays written by a Christian author through a Christian World-view and from a Christian mind-set on a variety topics that are both biblical and extra-biblical in nature which at... More > their core are a defense of "The Faith".< Less
Why Christians Believe By Dave Powers
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Why Christians Believe takes a look at the core belief’s of the Christian Faith; God, The Bible, Jesus, Prayer and addresses the question, “Why?” On what basis have so many people,... More > from so many walks of life and so many different cultural backgrounds, chosen to accept the claims and teachings of this carpenter’s son from Nazareth? Why Christians Believe is a concise, quick moving scan of the reasons upon which people have built their trust and hope in the person of Jesus Christ. It’s overview of the foundations of the Christian faith are designed for the reader who is looking for a better understanding of Why Christians Believe.< Less
Why Christians Believe By Dave Powers
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Why Christians Believe takes a look at the core belief’s of the Christian Faith; God, The Bible, Jesus, Prayer and addresses the question, “Why?” On what basis have so many people,... More > from so many walks of life and so many different cultural backgrounds, chosen to accept the claims and teachings of this carpenter’s son from Nazareth? Why Christians Believe is a concise, quick moving scan of the reasons upon which people have built their trust and hope in the person of Jesus Christ. It’s overview of the foundations of the Christian faith are designed for the reader who is looking for a better understanding of Why Christians Believe.< Less
Why Christianity Is True By Mark Hausam
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In this book, Mark Hausam attempts to lay out a systematic case for the Christian worldview. After mounting an attack on the agnostic assumptions so prevalent in modern western culture which tell us... More > that it is hopeless to try to find out what is objectively true in ultimate matters, Hausam lays out a thorough argument for the existence of God, followed by a demonstration of how the fact that God exists leads logically to the truth of the Christian worldview, and finally concludes with a look at various objections that are often raised against the Christian worldview and, more importantly, at the basic methodology one ought to adopt in dealing with such objections.< Less