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Skeptics vs. Scripture Book I by David Kidd

Skeptics vs. Scripture Book I

A Response to 25 Skeptic Questions About God, Christianity, and the Bible

by David Kidd

Pages: 270

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • RELIGION - Christian Theology - Apologetics
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545634967

Price : $16.49

Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781545634974

Price : $26.49

“Skeptics vs. Scripture - Book I” is a guided tour through a maze of questions that challenge Christian beliefs. In each chapter, a skeptic is permitted to make his case against God, Christianity, and the Bible in his own words, giving readers an inside view of an atheist’s perspective. Author David Kidd applies sound biblical interpretation, rational arguments, and compelling real-life examples to expose skeptic errors and demonstrate the accuracy and reliability of the Bible. This book turns the tables on unbelief by using logic and reason to explain foundational Christian truths in everyday language.
Gain dynamic insight on:
•   The Trinity
•   creation
•   answers to prayer
•   miracles
•   the resurrection
•   heaven and hell
•   prophecies
•   healing
•   salvation
•   The Ten Commandments
Discover powerful answers to questions like:
•   Does Christianity make sense?
•   Why do Christians do bad things in the sight of Jesus?
•   Does Jesus answer prayers?
•   How can we be sure about the resurrection?
•    How can we know heaven is real?
•   Why is God so violent?
•   How important are the Ten Commandments?
•   Is Christianity good for women?
•   Does Christianity make societies better?
•   Is faith a good thing? 
In these pages, you will find more than just answers. You will discover convincing evidence for why Christianity is true. This is an essential resource for believers who want a deeper understanding of their faith.

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David Kidd has served fifteen years in pastoral ministry and has thirty years of experience conveying truths of the Christian faith in language anyone can understand. From atheists to Amish, he has debated Christian doctrine across the full spectrum of belief. He is also author of, “The Fall and Rise of Christian Standards.”

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