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How do we know the Bible is true? Volume 2

Autore: Ken Ham; Bodie Hodge
Editore: Green Forest, Ark. : Master Books, ©2012.
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Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Ken Ham; Bodie Hodge
ISBN: 9780890516614 0890516618
Numero OCLC: 819530050
Note: "Unless otherwise noted, Scripture quotations are from the New King James Version of the Bible" --T.p. verso.
Descrizione: 352 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contenuti: Introduction : the world's most dangerous book? / Ken Ham --
Why are young people walking away from our churches? / Ken Ham --
Harvard, Yale, and Princeton : once Christian? / Bodie Hodge --
Why are many Christian colleges shifting to a secular road? / Greg Hall --
Who created God? Where did God come from? / Bodie Hodge --
Why is the Bible unique? / Carl J. Broggi --
What is apologetics, and why do it? / Ken Ham and Bodie Hodge --
Should we trust the findings of the Jesus Seminar? / Tim Chaffey --
What about theistic evolution? / Roger Patterson --
Being consistent : trusting the history in the Gospels and Genesis / Roger Patterson --
Christian unity and the age of the earth / Steve Ham --
Radiocarbon dating? / Andrew A. Snelling --
Radioactive dating of rocks? / Andrew A. Snelling --
The Shroud of Turin : was it in the grave with Christ? / Bodie Hodge --
Chronology wars? / Larry Pierce --
Has Noah's Ark been found? / Bodie Hodge --
What about theophanies (appearances of God) in the Old Testament? / Tim Chaffey --
What about annihilationism and Hell? / Bodie Hodge --
How can I use Hell in evangelism? / Ray Comfort --
The importance of the Reformation / Carl J. Broggi --
Were Adam and Eve real people? / Georgia Purdom --
The "missing" Old Testament books? / Brian H. Edwards --
The "missing" New Testament books? / Brian H. Edwards --
Has the Bible's text been changed over the years? / Ron Rhodes --
Nazca lines : defying evolutionary ideas? / David Wright --
Did Atlantis exist? What we can learn from Bible history / Bodie Hodge --
The authority test : Christianity or humanism? / Bodie Hodge --
Was Jesus wrong? Peter Enns says yes / Tim Chaffey and Roger Patterson --
Were there really giants as described in the Old Testament? / Tim Chaffey --
Did the ten plagues of Egypt really happen? / Steve Fazekas --
Spreading the Good News / Roger Patterson --
Afterword : where do we draw the line? / Bodie Hodge.
Responsabilità: Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge, general editors.

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