The Language of Love jDNF page 104 I read this book to see if it would be a good read to recommend to a friend For the first half of this book i wasn t sold Not necessarily because there was anything wrong with it butust because it was only one side throughout However during the second half of this book i was far engaged as it s primary focus was the gospel and the points for me felt stronger Although this book was ust one side i still think it may be helpful for non christians as it
covers a range of topics and compels you to think of things you a range of topics and compels you to think of things you not have before Loved the content the format Thirty four common uestions answered simply with both scriptural anecdotal answers put forth by the author uestions like Can you explain how the Bible s prophecies could be accurately so fulfilled and Other than through Jesus do you have an answer to death are answered throughout the bookI recommend both reading this and passing it along to an unbelieving friend who might be thinking about the claims of Christianity As a teenager it was great to. It has become fashionable to believe that Christians are "deluded naive following and that science has debunked the need for God in society todayBut "naive following and that science has debunked the need for God in society todayBut faith is not a leap in dark It is founded on so much.
review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Roger CarswellEone antagonistic may still respect and admire someone they recognise as genuine A person who practices what they preach in all areas of their life and not ust when it is convenientCarswell particularly emphasises the importance of the decision a person makes about God There are bigger issues than who is at the top of the charts or Premier League Celebrities politicians film stars come and go The biggest issues are "Not Always The Obvious Ones Surely If There Is A "always the obvious ones Surely if there is a the most important thing in life is to ensure we are in a right relationship with Him If God says as He does that sin is serious then it is vital that our sin is forgivenHe Addresses A Lot Of The Common Uestions People Ask And a lot of the common uestions people ask and common arguments that are verbalised This would be a good book to give to a sincere seeker or someone who wants to reject Christianity completely As the title suggests Before you say I don t believeread thisRecommended as an evangelistic tool or for Christians who want to firm up their faith and prepare for evangelistic discussions. Y aired in the media They are posed not to cause an argument but to bring readers to the point #where they put their trust in JesusBe warned It will take courage to openly read this #they put their trust in JesusBe warned It will take courage to openly read this but if you do it may change your li. ,
Read about Christianity in s society as for many of my friends this is a major pull back for them from Christianity Will recommend this book to them and hope it changes the way they see Christianity This book was so encouraging because it answered so many uestions that others were asking that I was struggling to put into words This is an amazing book and should totally be read by anyone who is looking for information about being a christian this book uses bible uotes so it is biblically based and not of a opinionated view This is a useful book similar in style to Grill a Christian which is also by Carswell He provides an overview of all of the key aspects to Christian faith and life covering the available evidence supporting the truth of Christianity I enjoyed the uotes from different scientists and atheists demonstrating their admiration for those that sincerely hold to their Christian beliefs Due to the decline of real Christians that are willing to stand up for what they believe a person of no faith or even som. Evidence that the non believer is the one who has uestions to answerIn 'Before you say I don't believe'Christian #speaker and writer Roger Carswell asks 34 uestions to those who don't believe These are #and writer Roger Carswell asks 34 uestions to those who don't believe These are uestions usuall.