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The prophet Isaiah proclaims his message to a rebellious people, "Come let us reason together" (Isaiah 1:18). God uses our minds, our reasoning, our emotions, and our circumstances to bring us to faith. Since the laws of logic flow from God's character and people are made in the image of God, we need never shy away from the use of logical arguments to touch people's heart and soul. While logical arguments do not, by themselves, generally bring people to saving faith, they are powerful tools the Holy Spirit can use.

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Ones time would be better spent looking through Wikipedia entries for apologetics. This was seriously disappointing.

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great teaser, author should consolidate his works

the author is in his element here. when he writes about scripture, he is authoritative. his point in this work is that the historical (as opposed to the valuative) claims on which christianity is based are capable of empirical verification. this is, of course, radically implausible, but it shows a certain adaptiveness and open-mindedness on the part of a community that is so often accused of lacking these virtues.

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too short

Absolutely not worth your money. It is way too short. And the content is not that valuable.