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The Big Argument: Twenty-Four Scholars Explore How Science, Archaelogy,…

by John Ashton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0890514690, Paperback)

John Ashton, the editor who brought us In Six Days and On the Seventh Day, has done it again with this compelling new book that is a must-read for all Christians. In this exciting new book, Ashton brings together the evidence of 24 scholars from the fields of science, archaeology, and philosophy to present an irrefutable argument for the existence of God. Experts such as Werner Gitt, Andrew Snelling, and Eric Svendsen combine their knowledge in their respective fields and present a compelling and persuasive case to skeptics. Although written by experts, this persuasive book is easily understood by the layperson. An excellent tool for Christians who want to broaden their knowledge of apologetics and learn to defend their faith more easily, this book is an essential for any Christian or churchÂ’s library.

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