Why One Way? (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Mar 5, 2002 - Religion - 96 pages
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A concise guide to understanding how and why the ancient Christian faith makes sense for today and a blueprint for communicating truth to a "truthless" and cynical generation.The book is centered around 6 key principles: objectivity, rationality, veracity, authority, incompatibility and integrity. In the ultimate apologetic, John MacArthur presents a case for Christianity that serves as a logical explanation as much as a solid defense.

  

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very appliable material for postmodernism

User Review  - matyperfe - Christianbook.com

Very current set of arguments agains several ideologies going arround these days confusing christians that the fundaments of scripture and God are relative which this book clearly refutes. Read full review

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User Review  - Seth Channell - Goodreads

Liked and agree with the thesis, but did not address an issue I was struggling with at the time. Read full review

Contents

Do not marvel my brethren if the world hates you
1
Objectivity
19
Rationality
29
Veracity
41
Authority
49
Incompatibility
59
Integrity
67
Endnotes
73
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About the author (2002)

John MacArthur, es el pastor-maestro de la Grace Community Church en Sun Valley, California. Ademas, es presidente de The Master's College and Seminary. Es un prolifico autor con muchos exitos de ventas. Su estilo popular de exposicion y ensenanza de la Biblia puede escucharse a diario en su programa radial de difusion internacional "Gracia a vosotros."

John MacArthur is pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as author, conference speaker, president of The Master's College and featured teacher with Grace to You, an international radio broadcast. His more than six dozen books have sold millions of copies worldwide and include more than two dozen volumes of The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series.

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