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When Skeptics Ask: A Handbook on Christian Evidences (edition 1990)

by Norman L. Geisler (Author), Ronald M. Brooks (Author)

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Is Christianity true-or even reasonable? Helpful question & answer format gives readers quick access to clear explanations.
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Title:When Skeptics Ask: A Handbook on Christian Evidences
Authors:Norman L. Geisler (Author)
Other authors:Ronald M. Brooks (Author)
Info:Baker Books (1990), Hardcover, 352 pages
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When Skeptics Ask: A Handbook on Christian Evidences by Norman L. Geisler

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  caffeinatedbookworm | Aug 12, 2019 |
It was filled with...lots of examples of poor logic. If you're going to use philosophy and logic structures stemming from philosophical thought, at least use it correctly. Oh, and I didn't quite relate to this book because I'm not very familiar with philosophy in the first place. My reasons for being an atheist and skeptic are not bound up in philosophical arguments. This book missed it's mark and was filled with weasel words and misrepresentations of concepts as well as blatantly putting down other religions. I found it distasteful. That being said, I'd like to read other books which argue for the existence of God, just not any by this author ( )
  ScribbleScribe | Nov 30, 2013 |
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