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A Gentle Answer

In each chapter, he considers a Gospel passage about Jesus and then spends the rest of the chapter talking about that story’s basic principle (with references to current events or ministry anecdotes).

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True Myth: C. S. Lewis and Joseph Campbell on the Veracity of Christianity

As Menzie contrasts Lewis’ and Campbell’s views, he shows why it’s important to understand whether Christianity makes historic claims and what those claims are.

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Sex and the City of God: A Memoir of Love and Longing

Weber takes the orthodox Christian conclusion that sex is to take place within marriage. But like any good memoirist, she doesn’t give away her conclusions until the end. Most of the book is about how she struggled with that idea and was tempted to fight against it as a new Christian.

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