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Does God Exist?: Building the Scientific Case by Del Tackett01
Is the Bible Reliable?: Building the Historical Case by Focus on the Family02
Who Is Jesus?: Building a Comprehensive Case by Del Tackett03

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  1. A Man Called Norman: The Unforgettable Story of an Uncommon Friendship by Mike Adkins (1989)
  2. The cosmological arguments; a spectrum of opinion by Donald R. Burrill (1967)
  3. Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert An English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith by Rosaria Champagne Butterfield (2012)
  4. God and Design: The Teleological Argument and Modern Science by Neil A. Manson (2003)
  5. The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God by Lee Strobel (2004)
  6. Who Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything by Edgar Andrews (2009)
  7. God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? by John C. Lennox (2007)
  8. Respectable Sins: Confronting the Sins We Tolerate by Jerry Bridges (2001)
  9. The Star of Bethlehem [2007 film] by Stephen Vidano (2007)
  10. Because God Is Real: Sixteen Questions, One Answer by Peter Kreeft (2008)
  11. Answering Atheism: How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity by Trent Horn (2013)
  12. When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada (1997)
  13. The Faith: What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It, and Why It Matters by Charles W. Colson (2008)
  14. On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig (2009)
  15. Dude, What Are We Thinking?: Darwinian Religion Versus The Faith Of Our Fathers by Keith Simpson (2012)

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