In this book James Stroud not only breaks down why God must exist in easy to follow terminology but why the Christian concept of God provides the most coherent answer to who this God is.
"Mere Christian Apologetics" aims to improve biblical literacy and understanding in the Christian community. Stroud believes that with the current situation in the West, there is a need to revisit with believers and non-believers alike what it truly means to be a Christ follower today. In this book, Stroud not only breaks down why God must exist in easy-to-follow terminology, but also why the Christian concept of God provides the most coherent answer to who this God is. This is a very good introductory book for those wanting an overview of the Bible and apologetics in layman's terms and how to better understand why Christianity is more plausible today than ever.
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Stroud, who holds a master's degree in ancient and classical history and a bachelor's degree in philosophy of religion, is a member of the Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Association of Ancient Historians, the Society for Historical Archaeology, and the Philosophical Research Society. Stroud has recently returned to the Midwest from the New York City area, where he and his wife lived for the last two years. The author, who is based in Arkansas, enjoys traveling and organizing debates at the university level on the subject of academic freedom.Review:
Awards: Winner of 2016 "Best Religious Non-fiction" - London Book Festival
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Book Description Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Book has appearance of light use with no easily noticeable wear. Bookseller Inventory # G1682373134I4N00