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Tyndale House Choosing Your Faith

Do you know why you believe what you do? Inviting seekers and Christians alike on a journey of spiritual self-discovery, Mittelberg raises critical questions and offers keen insights. He encourages you to examine your faith through lenses of criteria including relativism, tradition, intuition, logic, and history. It may revolutionize your life! 275 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.
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Date:March 7, 2010
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Jan Miller
What a fantastic book. Having been baptized into the Christian Faith at birth, I have received a lot of instruction in God's Word. This book just helps cement the reason for my faith in the Triune God and will help me make the argument for choosing the Christian faith when I talk to skeptics. Thank you, Mark.
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Date:December 18, 2009
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Randee Mathisen
What an excellent book! The message is laid out very well, and each page has a teaser on it, so even a perusal of the book will impart good information. I purchased this book for each of our grown kids' Christmas stockings. This is a must read for believer and nonbeliever alike. Good info for talking to others about faith issues.
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Date:July 9, 2008
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Tim Preble
I found this book to be a really nice departure from the standard apologetics in that the process Mr. Mittelberg offers will work no matter what faith tradition one is looking at. Mr. Mittelberg does ultimately defend his Christian faith, but that does not detract from the process he lays out. He states often that even if you are looking at Christianity you have a duty to yourself to investigate the claims in light of the evidence. Absolutely worth the read and everyone can and will benefit from the wisdom found in its pages.
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