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Is Christianity credible? A plain guide for intelligent inquirers.

Author: Kenneth Ingram
Publisher: London, Faith Press; New York, Morehouse-Barlow [1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Ingram
OCLC Number: 3032429
Description: 166 pages 19 cm
Contents: The spread of scepticism --
How we believe --
The significance of the world-crisis --
The alternatives to Christianity --
A case for theism --
The case agaisnt theism --
A case for Christianity --
Objections for Christianity: The miracles ; The guilt complex ; The historical credientals ; The failures of Christians ; The prayer problem --
Civilization without religion --
The heart of the matter.

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