Tag Archives: Apologetics

Has God Spoken?

Has God Spoken?: Proof Of The Bible’s Divine Insperation By: Hank Hanegraaff Has God Spoken is typical Hank Hanegraaff. If you listen to the Bible Answer Man you’ll know exactly what to expect. No real curve balls here. Although this … Continue reading

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Don’t Check Your Brains At The Door

Don’t Check Your Brains At The Door: Know What You Believe And Why By: Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler Josh McDowell is a good author and one which I have a large selection of books by and have greatly enjoyed … Continue reading

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Why God Won’t Go Away

Why God Won’t Go Away: Is The New Atheism Running On Empty? By: Alister McGrath Why God Won’t Go Away was a great read. It may not be what you expect looking at it. I admit it looked like an … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura

Sola Scriptura: The Protestant Position On The Bible Edited By: Don Kistler Contributors: Joel R. Beeke, Sinclair B. Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, Ray Lanning, John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, Derek W. H. Thomas and James White Sola Scriptura is an excellent … Continue reading

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Is the Bible Reliable?

Is The Bible Reliable? DVD Featuring Stephen C. Meyer This is an outstanding resource. I definitely recommend it. It’s very intellectually satisfying for the very scholarly minded or apologetics buff. I do believe it’s a little technical for someone who … Continue reading

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Lifeviews

Lifeviews: Make A Christian Impact On Culture And Society By: R.C. Sproul My overall feelings towards Lifeviews is completely positive. This is one of the better books by one of my more read authors. An easy laymens level book, Sproul … Continue reading

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If God, Why Evil?

If God, Why Evil? A New Way To Think About The Question By: Norman L. Geisler It would be fair to say I’m a Geisler fan. I have (at this writing) 60 of his books and have had the pleasure … Continue reading

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