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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review: Reasons for Belief by Norman L. Geisler & Patty Tunnicliffe

Reasons for Belief: Easy-To-Understand Answers to 10 Essential Questions by Norman L. Geisler & Patty Tunnicliffe
Bethany House / 2013
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About the book:

How can you know God exists? Why should you trust the Bible? How can you be sure Jesus is the Son of God?

Do you know what you believe...and why? Regardless of your age or experience, if you're looking for clear, easy-to-understand answers to these important questions, you've come to the right place.

Trusted theologian and bestselling author Norman Geisler teams up with teacher/speaker Patty Tunnicliffe to provide concrete, step-by-step reasons for why Christians believe what they do. Organized around the most basic questions of faith, Reasons for Belief offers clear evidence for the existence of God, the reliability of the Bible, Jesus' resurrection, and more.

Whether you're a curious skeptic or a believer wanting to learn how to defend your faith, Reasons for Belief will give you the answers you're looking for.

My rating:
My thoughts:

Reasons for Belief was a really good apologetics book. I thought it presented the facts and evidence well and it wasn't hard to read/understand.

I pretty much liked all of the chapters in Reasons for Belief, but two of my favorites were chapter 7: The New Testament and chapter 13: How Should the Truth Impact My Life - both gave me a lot of insight and were memorable to me.

One of my favorite quotes:

The same thing is true of our beliefs: If my premises are wrong, my conclusion will be wrong too. If my beliefs about Jesus are wrong, I'll reach the wrong conclusion about who he is. If I reach the wrong conclusion about who Jesus is, it won't matter how "sincere" I am, how "good" I am, or how "hard" I've tried. I will have erred tragically and inevitably regardless. - Page 197

While I didn't completely agree with everything in Reasons for Belief, it was still a great read and I recommend it.

*I received a complimentary copy of this book for my review. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*


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