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Evidence That Demands a Verdict, 2 (edition 1999)

by Josh McDowell

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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.… (more)
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Title:Evidence That Demands a Verdict, 2
Authors:Josh McDowell
Info:Thomas Nelson (1999), Paperback
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This offering from McDowell is a good resource for those interested in apologetics who want to have more references available to them. For the average reader who wants to know a more about the defense of their faith, this book is often times, overwrought. The information McDowell is giving could have been explained in a way that is more accessible. To me, the true mark of genius is the ability to take a complicated issue and present it in a way that it is more user-friendly. ( )
  Jazmsngr | Mar 25, 2016 |
More Evidence That Demands a Verdict by Josh McDowell (?)
  journeyguy | Apr 2, 2013 |
The flimsiness and lack of criticality in many of the arguments presented in this book cross the line from ignorance into dishonesty. Maybe it's just me, but if you present a fallacious argument (even if it's in support of some other truth), and you know the argument to be fallacious, simply for the purpose of convincing another person to have the beliefs you want them to have, isn't that lying? How can you convince people to become Christians by lying to them? ( )
  HoraceSPatoot | Oct 8, 2007 |
ehh. not recommended.
  tim.sherrod | Jul 2, 2006 |
Historical evidence for the Christian scriptures
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