No Doubt About It: The Case for Christianity

No Doubt About It The Case for Christianity Our doubts and questions make us feel so faithless But according to Dr Winfried Corduan the very thoughts that call our faith into question are actually signs of life and growth We should never fear

  • Title: No Doubt About It: The Case for Christianity
  • Author: Winfried Corduan
  • ISBN: 9780805416473
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • Our doubts and questions make us feel so faithless But according to Dr Winfried Corduan, the very thoughts that call our faith into question are actually signs of life and growth We should never fear investigating the truth, he writes If we have to run from the truth, maybe it s because we have something to hide In this rigorous look at the essence of ChristianityOur doubts and questions make us feel so faithless But according to Dr Winfried Corduan, the very thoughts that call our faith into question are actually signs of life and growth We should never fear investigating the truth, he writes If we have to run from the truth, maybe it s because we have something to hide In this rigorous look at the essence of Christianity, Corduan argues from a compatability between faith and reason.

    One thought on “No Doubt About It: The Case for Christianity”

    1. An attempt at a logical reasoning for the basis of Christianity. I won't get into a debate about religion or logic here, but some of his QEDs are quite flawed and some of his examples are ludicrous. For example, Cat is to mice as God is to evil. WTF?!? Another example, a policeman who waves you through a red light is similar to Jesus turning water into wine. Huh? And my last example: he claims that the Virgin birth couldn't be invented because there was no motive to do so, which serves to be a f [...]

    2. A thorough overview of classical apologetics that would be good for anyone uninitiated with the subject. I was a little bored with it since he states that it is written for undergraduate non-philosophy majors (I have a degree in philosophy and am working on a graduate degree).He's also pretty fair in not allowing his own convictions on theological points muddy the explanations of particular arguments, so this work is palatable for the whole church.

    3. Corduan's No Doubt About It is a much better book than I expected. Corduan puts together a fine step-by-step apologetic for the Christian faith. The careful reader will come across a logical and coherent argument for the proper relationship of faith and reason.Ironically, my severest criticism for the book is its cover. If ever a book screamed boring with its cover, this one did. I never would have even looked at this book had someone not recommended it to me.

    4. A must-read! Demonstrates the existence of God, the truth of biblical history, and the validity of Scripture from a purely philosophical perspective by use of logic. Excellent.

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