Why do you believe what you believe? In this thought-provoking series, Pastor Skip Heitzig explains how to present an intelligent defense for your belief in Jesus Christ.
God has given us scientific and archaeological evidence as well as many fulfilled prophecies in scriptures that strengthen the validity of our Christian faith. Learn how to share the reason for your hope with others effectively and lovingly.
©1988 Skip Heitzig (P)2015 Skip Heitzig
Currently going to school for theology and philosophy so most of the books I read are on those subjects.
I think he means well and some of his apologetics are ok. If you are looking for a book that answers tough questions this isn't the book for you. It is pretty much a bunch of sermons wrapped up together which as sermons they were okay but at times he failed to answer certain questions that he raised so I wouldn't necessarily give this to one of my atheist friends because it doesn't really answer deep philosophical or even scientifical questions that a lot of apologetics do answer I suggest the book a case for Christianity it is really worth the price or a book by Ravi Zacharias Jesus among other gods these two books are fantastic
We so thoroughly enjoyed this, and will be going thru the course many more time, as these are valuable tools in reaching people to a living deep relationship with Jesus! Thai you for the teaching!!!!
This sermon by Skip Heitzig is from 1984 but it rings with many spiritual truth for today. His delivery is straight to the point but in a very humorous way. Breezed right through it the first time.
I enjoy the way Skip explains things. He takes his time working through every detail.
You are what you feed your mind...so, feed it the good stuff!!!
This is a must read to strengthen and grow your relationship with Him. Very well done and insightful!!!
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