7 PRESSING QUESTIONS - ADDRESSING CRITICAL CHALLENGES TO CHRISTIAN FAITH by Bill Kynes

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Don’t let the low page count or lay-level vocabulary convince you to skip Kynes’s book; it very well may create gospel conversations you didn’t know could happen.
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Seven Pressing Questions seeks to address the most pressing questions that confront Christians and skeptics alike. In addressing these questions the author seeks not only to speak to the skeptics, but also to equip and encourage Christians in their own walk of faith.

Includes discussion questions at the end of the book for small groups.

Questions addressed:

- Is belief in God rational?
- Who was Jesus and how can we know?
- Is Jesus the only way?
- Why should we believe the Bible?
- Why would a good God allow so much suffering?
- How can a loving God send people to hell?
- Isn't the church just full of hypocrites?

"Bill Kynes offers responses that treat questions with respect, that pitch answers with intelligent substance without swamping readers in a wash of details, and above all, get across the gospel . . ."
D A Carson, Ph.D, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Dvinity School

"Kynes urges us to get real-to confront the most serious challenges to Christian faith, and then to believe in more reality, not less, in particular the reality made known about God, the world, and ourselves in the biblical testimony to the person and work of Jesus Christ."
Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Ph.D, Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Book Specifications
Release date: 0000-00-00
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: NextStep Resources
Publication date: 0000-00-00
Label: NextStep Resources
Pages: 152
ASIN: 0911802908
ISBN: 0911802908
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Length: 0
Weight: 50
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Product Group: Book