In a world where
everyone claims their own personal philosophy about life and
truth, what’s yours?
Do you really have one?
Do you know whether it stands up to
the scrutiny of reason?
A great first-century
Jewish-leader-turned-Christian named Paul, once warned that “the
time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine.”
“Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around
them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears
want to hear.”
there is no God] “They
will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to
as, ‘all things can be explained by natural causes’]
It almost sounds as if Paul was
welcoming us to the twenty-first century.
He went on to warn,
“But you must keep your head.”
Because I Think, I Believe
is about keeping your head in an era of atheism, humanism,
naturalism, Darwinism, mysticism, spiritualism and any number of
than the typical apology for Christianity,
this book is a readable walk through the logic behind how we
see our world.
It takes the reader through a
progression of thought from the indisputable things about life
that we know from birth, step-by-step to the inescapable truth
about God and reality.
Proceed with caution.
This book could change your view of
life and your perception of the world around you.
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