3 edition of Why I am still a Christian. found in the catalog.
Why I am still a Christian.
E. M. Blaiklock
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Compiled and edited by E. M. Blaiklock.|
|Series||A Zondervan horizon book|
|LC Classifications||BT1105 .B5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||79143799|
This CD contains a complete audio recording of the Apologia "What we Believe" series textbook Who Am I?. This is the perfect accompaniment to the book for students who are auditory learners, slow readers, or have other learning disabilities that make reading difficult. Recommended for ages 1 MP3-CD; read by Marissa Leinart. This is another terrific book from John Stott. In his short write-up and expansion of 4 sermons preached at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, Stott refers to Bertrand Russell's public address at Battersea entitled "Why I am not a Christian" which 30 years later became a collection of essays with that title.5/5(5).
In , the famed British philosopher Bertrand Russell wrote an essay entitled, “Why I Am Not a Christian.” Russell’s essay inspired the title of this post. By “Christian,” I mean someone who has trusted their life to Jesus Christ as Crucified Savior . Why I Am Not A Christian I just now – fifteen minutes ago – came to realize with the most crystal clarity I have ever had why I cannot call myself a Christian. Of course, as most of you know, I have not called myself a Christian publicly for a very long time, twenty years or so I suppose.
Now in Why I Am a Christian he provides a compelling, persuasive case for considering the Christian faith. If you take an honest look at Jesus, you will discover that following him gives you the purpose, identity and freedom you've been searching for - and far more than you have ever imagined. Why I Am a Christian () by John Stott/5(2). Rather, it's a mere summary of the four most important reasons I am not a Christian. This is only the beginning of the story, not the whole of it.[ 1 ] That's what John asked for: a simple but well-written explanation of why I am not a Christian.
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Out of 5 stars Why I Am Still a Christian. Reviewed in the United States on November 3, Verified Purchase. The book is an excellent review of faith and why we still believe even after the Church changes what has been and what should be. Dr Küng believes in the scriptures and that the Catholic Church should try to adhere to them as Cited by: 3.
Why I am Still a Christian book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Hans Küng () is one of the most distinguished and wi /5.
Being a fan of the radio show and a Christian this book has served to edify my faith, and equipped me new responses.
But besides it it Why I am still a Christian. book a captivating book. Justin integrates personal anecdotes from his past 10 years of talking with atheists, like Richard Dawkins, at opportune times, which makes for a /5(51).
In If I'm a Christian, Why am I Depressed. you will find not only the author's testimony but also those of others who have struggled with depression and through prayer and biblical counseling have overcome by embracing Christ's healing love.
Robert B. Somerville is a professor of Biblical Counseling at The Master's College in Santa Clarita /5(26). I love it when I get to review books which I can recommend without hesitation or caveats and am glad to say that David Gushee's Still Christian: Following Jesus out of American Evangelicalism is one of them.
This is a book which should be of interest to quite a few different people for different, if /5(57). I really like this book, although I am still reading it slowly because it is the sort of thing you have to stop and think about.
I have just finished reading "You must be Joking, Mr. Feynman" at the end of which Feynman calls for science to be more honest and include all the reasons why a theory might be wrong, and other relevent factors, when Cited by: 5.
Why I am a Christian is easy to read and presents the essentials of Christianity clearly. The book can be read devotionally by Christians with much profit. It can also be given as a gift to non-Christians interested in learning about Christianity. (John E. Shaffett for The Christian Librarian, Volume)/5(47).
Why I Am a Christian Hardcover – December 3, by John Stott (Author) out of 5 stars 53 ratings. See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Moreland File Size: 1MB. About Why I am Still a Christian. Hans Küng () is one of the most distinguished and widely-acclaimed theologians of the twentieth century. He has committed himself to a Christian Church full of life and freedom and humanity.
Why I Am a Christian offers compelling answers that will free Christians from doubt and clear away obstacles to faith for unbelievers. Beginning with the topics of moral relativism and knowable truth, the book progresses to questions about belief in God, the reliability of the Bible, and the identity of Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God.4/5(2).
In light of the current identity crisis facing Baptists today, editors Nettles and Moore offer a volume of testimonies from contemporary Baptists expounding on that very question--Why I Am A Baptist. Taking a more objective approach than offered in earlier books, this book models a more doctrine-oriented approach, explaining Baptist life on the basis of historical tenets of the Christian faith 5/5(1).
Good little apologetic book by one of the most prominent evangelicals at the turn of the twentieth century, John Stott. Inthe atheist Bertrand Russell, gave speeches that become his book "Why I am Not a Christian", while Stott's "Why I Am a Christian" makes the case for Christianity/5.
Why am I a Christian. A question like that can get an answer on more than one level. Human beings are complex, and life is complex. There’s my family and cultural history. There’s my understanding of Christianity now, and the reasons why I now find it more intellectually and emotionally satisfying than any of the alternatives.
Still Christian is a book about how you can find and maintain faith while growing out of a strand of religion, and is all the more ravishing for the story that it unspools and it boasts the beauty. WHY I AM A CHRISTIAN by Dr. Warren F. Larson. There are three reasons why the author is a Christian and why he feels he made the right choice.
These are rooted in the first book of the Bible and traceable throughout its entirety. Why I Am a Christian. I've always believed in God. My parents told me about God when I was three or four, and I remember being very excited and happy to find out that God made the world and that God was love.
I still believed in God, but I didn't think about my beliefs or pay much attention to God. In fact, I was surprised one time when a. Death (2) – When we talk about death, oftentimes we’re really talking about dying, or the manner of death. This can include old age, disease, accident, or any number of other not-fun-to-talk-about options.
Death (3) – There is a kind of death described in Scripture as a sort of death of the soul, that is, a succumbing to sin or turning away from God. As your Chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is ‘Why I am not a Christian’.
Perhaps it would be as well, first of all, to try to make out what one means by the word ‘Christian’. It is used these days in a very loose sense by a great many people.
So don’t be despairing like Elijah in 1 Kings Be like the God-entranced Elijah of 1 Kings Don’t say, “Oh, you have turned all of your churches into shops and theaters and condos. And I alone am left with my little flock, my friends, my spiritual.
Five Reasons Why I Am A Christian I think it is of dire importance that everyone, not just Christians, know why they believe what they believe. Often, when faced with defending one’s beliefs people begin to grab for ideas from thin air. Why I Am Not a Christian is a collection of essays by one of the twentieth centuries most celebrated philosophers.
To judge this book by its provocative title would be a mistake as it would deny you the treasures within. Why I Am Not a Christian is not what I .As your Chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is "Why I Am Not a Christian." Perhaps it would be as well, first of all, to try to make out what one means by the word Christian.
It is used these days in a very loose sense by a great many people. Some people mean no more by it than a person whoFile Size: 68KB.