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Faith Founded on Fact: Essays in Evidential Apologetics

by John Warwick Montgomery

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0840756410, Paperback)

A provocative and controversial book intended to encourage Christian to make the case for the truthfulness of Christianity based on factual evidence. Included are chapters on "The Place of Reason in Christian Witness", "Science, Theology, and the Miraculous", "How Muslims Do Apologetics", and "Dr. Johnson as Apologist". Contains the most sophisticated refutation available anywhere of the arguments of David Hume and Anthony Flew against miracles in general and the resurrection of Christ in particular.

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