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Can You Afford to Be Wrong? The Necessity of…

Can You Afford to Be Wrong? The Necessity of Pursuing Spiritual Truth

by J.L. Moore

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0741468069, Paperback)

Are you prepared to reach out to those who are on the wrong road? Do you know how to respond to atheists who may ask you perplexing questions? Can you have a winsome dialogue with a Jehovah's Witness? If your honest answer to any of these questions is no, this book is for you.

Can You Afford to be Wrong takes you on a journey through some of the major world religions and belief systems across the world (including atheism), and unpacks the essence of their claims to spiritual veracity. By the end of the journey, you will have a solid basis for understanding how to intelligently share the gospel of Christ with a variety of people.

If you really want to be equipped to 'become all things to all people' (1 Corin. 9:22) for the sake of the gospel, learn how to wisely evangelize those who are on the broad road which leads to destruction.

"His book is not a long abstract treatise; he walks us through different options on how to look at life step by step, guiding us to think along with him as he provides some options among the world's great religions and other popular philosophies. This book is practical as well as reflective. It's a way to deal with the important issues without having to become a philosopher or theologian."  
-Winfried Corduan, Ph.D.; Author, Pocket Guide to World Religions

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:48 -0400)

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