Evidence that Demands a Verdict: Historical Evidences for the Christian Faith
Among important books in the defense of Christianity, this one has few equals. Evidence That Demands a Verdict is an easy-to-read, front-line defense for Christians facing the tough questions of critics and skeptics. Using secular evidences and other historical sources, Josh McDowell's faith-building book is a "must read" for every Christian.
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According to Bruce , the pavement quite likely existed in the first century A . D .
and the donor and the man Paul mentions are probably one and the same . 16 /
95 ; 95 / 185 Also found in Corinth is a fragmentary inscription which is believed
Why ? Because the evidence of the empty tomb was there for anyone to examine
if they wanted to disclaim it . However , everyone knew that the grave no longer
held the body of Jesus Christ . In Acts 25 , we see Paul imprisoned in Caesarea .
Why did Paul see such unbelief in Greece unlike that in Jerusalem ? Because
while in Jerusalem the fact of the empty tomb was indisputable ( it was right there
for people to examine ) , in Athens the evidence was far away , so that the ...
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This is a very good defence of the Christian faith using historical evidentialism. I do not know of any book from this perspective that is as exhaustive as this one. This is a must read. God bless Kali Read full review
This book is an excellent book to get for yourself or anyone you know who is struggling with God , who He is, his faithfulness or whether or not to believe. I purchased this for a friend who has just ... Read full review
the uniqueness of the Bible
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