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Apologetics at the Cross: An Introduction for Christian Witness

Reviewed by: Reviewed by Hope Bolinger, a Professional Writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Apologetics at the Cross: An Introduction for Christian Witness Author: Joshua D Chatraw and Mark D. Allen Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: 2018 Format: Print book Length: 336 pages OVERVIEW Culture is confusing. With an increased shift toward subjectivist therapeutic moralistic deism, Christians need to know the […]

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What We Believe: Understanding and Confessing the Apostles’ Creed

Many people know of the Apostles’ Creed (that famous church statement that begins “I believe in God the Father…) but may not realize what it truly means. In What We Believe, a revised version of his earlier book Renewing Your Mind (based on his first book, The Symbol), R. C. Sproul outlines the major beliefs that the Apostles’ Creed references.

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(Book review) The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity

Reviewed by: Caleb Amick, a Professional Writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity Author: Mark Clark Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: August 22, 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 226 pages OVERVIEW Mark Clark, a skeptic as well as a pastor, talks about the findings of his exploration into the claims of Christianity through […]

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(Book review) Snubbing God

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Snubbing God Author: Victor Kuligin Publisher: Weaver Book Company Publication Date: 2017 Format: Print book Length: 253 pages OVERVIEW Our society has forged several valiant attempts at making the Bible and, in turn, God obsolete. Macroevolution, transgenderism, abortion, and several other prevalent topics and ideas try to reshape, […]

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