4 edition of intelligent agnostic"s introduction to Christianity found in the catalog.
intelligent agnostic"s introduction to Christianity
|LC Classifications||BR1102 .R59 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||093843490X, 0938434896|
|LC Control Number||90040142|
Eric Metaxas may be best known for his biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, but he's also devoted much of his work to making Christian faith winsome and accessible—in his Socrates in the City. And why there are so many books now published by Baker and Intervarsity Press and other Christian presses that point out all the differing Christian lical Christian publishers admit Christianity's "image problem," "postmodern turn," differing rival "views" within the Evangelical fold, and speak about "hopeful skepticism.
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel. My conversion to Christianity had a very clear beginning: the day I walked into a bookstore and saw this book. In my vague search for religion up to that point, I had been planning to explore Buddhism and other Eastern belief systems first (then Judaism, then Islam, then Baha’i, then that Wicca/”earth goddess” stuff that my friend . Books: Dawkins’ God (Wiley-Blackwell, );The Twilight of Atheism (WaterBrook Press, );Christianity’s Dangerous Idea (HarperOne, ); A Fine-Tuned Universe: The Quest for God in Science and Theology (Westminster John Knox Press, ); Christian Theology: An Introduction, 5th ed. (Wiley-Blackwell, ); The Passionate .
Agnosticism and Christianity . Collected Essays V  Nemo ergo ex me scire quærat, quod me nescire scio, nisi forte ut nescire discat.–Augustinus, De Civ. Dei, xii 1 The present discussion has arisen out of the use, which has become general in the last few years, of the terms "Agnostic" and "Agnosticism.". The people who call themselves "Agnostics" have been . Intelligent Agnostics Introduction to Christianity / Eugene Rolfe / Intelligent Agnostics Introduction to Christianity / Eugene Rolfe / X C.G. Jung and the Problem of Evil: Confronting the Power of the Human Shadow as Witnessed in the Strange Trial of Mr. Hyde / John A. Sanford /
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The Intelligent Agnostic's Introduction to Christianity 2nd Edition by Eugene Rolfe (Author). The intelligent agnostic's introduction to Christianity. [Eugene Rolfe] -- For many people today only a vacuum exists where once there was a reconciling force between Man and God.
The result is confusion, and the author of this forceful book places the responsibility as. The Intelligent Agnostic's Introduction to Christianity by Eugene Rolfe | Waterstones.
This book can be found in: Spirituality & Beliefs > Religion > Christianity. Spirituality & Beliefs > Religion > Christianity > Edition: 2nd Ed. Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's "Introduction to Christianity" is many things, but it is not introductory.
This book falls somewhere in between real academic theology/philosophy and pop-theology. It's an immensely quotable, excellently researched, and deeply thought-out book, but it can be very difficult to get through/5. To say the least, this book is fantastic for so many reasons: (1) it is a great rebuttal of many fundamentalist beliefs (2) it demonstrates how being a Christian is not determined by which doctrines you do or do not adhere to and (3) it illuminates how a Christian Agnostic can be as faithful a Christian as anyone else/5(43).
Notable Atheist Books The Atheist's Introduction to the New Testament: How the Bible Undermines the Basic Teachings of Christianity by. (using radical just so people would stop asking him if he meant agnostic), that book wasn't really about atheism in particular.
There were occasional atheist-type jokes (i.e. God disproved his own. About this book Science and Christianity is an accessible, engaging introduction to topics at the intersection of science and Christian theology.
A philosophically orientated treatment that introduces the relationship of science to Christianity and explores to what extent the findings of science affect traditional Christian theology. But if you want an outstanding introduction to the issues and exposure to a wide range of scholars, you cannot do better than The Case for Christ.
Cold Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace. Released in January ofthis book received 50+ “Five Star” reviews in just two months.
That’s almost one “Five Star” review a day. Must-Read Books About Christianity Teresa Preston According to Pew Research, Christianity is the world’s largest religious group, so it’s worth knowing something about it, whether you’re a Christian or : Teresa Preston.
Questions for Atheists, Agnostics and Non-Christians. Here are some great questions to ask atheists, agnostics, and those of other religions. They’re from Dr. Norman Geisler’s new book, Conversational you’re into evangelism (and every Christian should be!) then you need to get this book.
Questions for Atheists. The Agnostic Bible As a self-professed Agnostic (and former Berean Christian), I find the lack of intelligent discourse carried on these days to be appalling.
That said, a few weaker individuals among us have long lamented the fact that there is no easy reference guide to Agnosticism (or, common sense) for them to utilize.
From Atheism to Christianity: a Personal Journey. Do you find it difficult to believe in God or accept the claims of Christianity. I did, when I was an atheist, but I changed my mind, and my reasons for doing so may be of interest to you in your own personal journey and attempts to.
Any book suggestions on Agnosticism. Been lurking here for a while and I would love to read a good volume on the ideas discussed here. It seems that the "New Atheists" have a wealth of books, but I am looking for something a little less hostile than the.
Good books for a skeptic agnostic/atheist who's interested in learning more about Christianity with an open mind I've recently been exploring Christianity(for about the 3rd time now ha) and I read a few books that have really helped me out with a lot of things and have helped me to better understand Christianity.
Christianity for Agnostics or Why I Am a Christian: An Apologia for Modern Skeptics John S. Uebersax Introduction One way of expressing the thesis presented here is this: if one were to design an ideal spiritual-philosophical system for Americans and Europeans, I believe it would contain. As an agnostic, you’re admitting you don’t know the answers to some very important questions.
But Christians claim to know about God, creation, and what happens after death because God has revealed it to us in Scripture. Biblical creation has the advantage of being an actual explanation for the complexity we see in the universe.
Canon Bernard Iddings Bell (), a popular cultural commentator, Episcopal priest, and author, lauded the necessity of agnosticism in Beyond Agnosticism: A Book for Tired Mechanists, calling it the foundation of "all intelligent Christianity." Agnosticism was a temporary mindset in which one rigorously questioned the truths of the age.
N.T. Wright's "Simply Christian" can be a good option. It is a bit more readable for today's youth than "Mere Christianity", in my opinion. Also, Shane Claiborne's "Irresistible Revolution" can provide a window into the Christian faith and its implications in a way that connects with youth.
Answers for Atheists and Agnostics Introduction. General Introduction for Non-Believers: Part 1, Are Your Beliefs Consistent with Your Worldview.
Is God Real. Does Science Answer "Is There a God?" Is Christianity True. Evidence for the Truth of the Christian Religion Can religious belief be tested. Missing the Obvious - Have you checked your.
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An agnostic usually is someone who does not know whether God exists. The agnostic has not made up his mind on God. He is a doubter. Some agnostics are more aggressive than others in searching for God, and this we applaud.
The Bible promises, if anyone desires to know the truth about God, they shall. The best to get them to do what? Believe something that is laughably nonsensical?
You may as well ask, “What is the best book to prove to my friends that if I win at Monopoly, I really do own the boardwalk?” or “What is the best book to prove to o.Since I have been working on this book people have been increasingly asking me, “What do you think is the most powerful evidence for the Christian faith?” While I do think the historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, the textual evidence for the reliability of the Bible, and the scientific evidence for a designer are persuasive.