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Inter-Varsity Press Why I Am a Christian

Bertrand Russell's Why I Am Not A Christian clearly defined the mindset for Russell's brand of cynic atheism. But, as extensive as his critique may have been, it did not cover every argument against belief in the creator. John Stott (Baptism and Fullness: The Work of the Holy Spirit Today) takes up the challenge of finding the loophole in the reasoning of his chronologically displaced literary adversary, and turns the argument on its ear. Scholarly research, flowing prose, and many illustrative examples, both literary and biblical, crown his short masterpiece, as believer and unbeliever alike will be brought closer to an understanding of how God's election works.
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Date:December 25, 2011
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One of the finest books ever written by John Stott. A strong rational defense of the Christian world/life view. I often give this book out as a follow-up after talking to others about the Lord and Christianity. Excellent work.
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Kathy Demming
Loved it!! Full of doctrinal necessaries that helped even me to better share my Faith, giving clear, relevant and loving admonition to be light and salt to the One who sends us into a culture desperately in need of The Saviour. John Stott in any capacity is marvelous.
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