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Why Christian faith still makes sense : a response to contemporary challenges

Author: C Stephen Evans
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Academic, [2015]
Series: Acadia studies in Bible and theology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
In recent years the Christian faith has been challenged by skeptics, including the New Atheists, who claim that belief in God is simply not reasonable. Here prominent Christian philosopher C. Stephen Evans offers a fresh, contemporary, and nuanced response. He makes the case for belief in a personal God through an exploration of natural "signs," which open our minds to theistic possibilities and foster belief in the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C Stephen Evans
ISBN: 9780801096600 080109660X
OCLC Number: 892879497
Description: ix, 145 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Who are the new Atheists and what are they saying? --
The value of natural theology --
The concept of a natural sign for God --
Natural signs for God and Theistic arguments --
Can we trust the natural signs for God? --
Recognizing God's self-revelation --
Criteria for a genuine revelation from God --
Making the case for Christian faith.
Series Title: Acadia studies in Bible and theology.
Responsibility: C. Stephen Evans.

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A prominent Christian philosopher offers a contemporary, sophisticated, yet accessible response to skeptics, showing that Christian faith makes sense.  Read more...

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