Christianity for People Who Aren't Christians
Uncommon Answers to Common Questions
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"I wish this book had been around when I was an atheist and started to seek God. It's a no-nonsense, practical, and insightful guide that will help all those on a quest for spiritual truth. If you're investigating whether there's any substance to the Christian faith, you must read this important book."--Lee Strobel, former award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and bestselling author of more than twenty books
Are you tired of getting the standard cookie-cutter answers to questions you aren't even asking? This candid book offers uncommon answers to both classic and bleeding-edge questions you may have about Christians and Christianity, such as
· Is there a God?
· Why do the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus matter?
· Why is there so much suffering in the world?
· Why do Christians think there is only one way to know God?
· How do I reconcile the Bible's picture of Christ's followers with the actual Christians I know who have disappointed me?
Covering such topics as astrophysics, social justice, and acceptance of the LGBTQ community, this one-of-a-kind book is perfect for anyone skeptical of Christianity who values honest answers to their honest questions.
James Emery White, PhD, is the founding and senior pastor of Mecklenburg Community Church, a suburban megachurch in Charlotte, North Carolina, often cited as one of the fastest-growing church starts in the United States. Former president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, White is the author of several books, including The Rise of the Nones, Meet Generation Z, Rethinking the Church, and The Church in an Age of Crisis. He lives in North Carolina.
James White, Author
James Emery White, Author
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