But is It Real?
Is God real? Is it possible to know anything, let alone know him? Why do bad things happen to people who worship this God? What about the spiritual experiences of other faiths? Your relationship with God is just a...
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Is God real? Is it possible to know anything, let alone know him? Why do bad things happen to people who worship this God? What about the spiritual experiences of other faiths?
Your relationship with God is just a psychological crutch
^^Belief in God is dangerous
^^I used to believe, but I've given it all up
^^^All of these accusations, objections and questions have come directly from real-life situations. Amy says, 'I hope that the thoughts offered here will help you see what the Christian faith has to say amid all the pain, confusion and complexity of life.'
^^'This book challenges the spirit of lazy secularism that is so prevalent in our society.'
^^'Amy takes you on a journey where the soul is at home, with the hungers of the mind and heart fulfilled.'
^^'A provocative, informed and challenging book.'
^^'Brilliant... Defends the truths of Christianity with grace and intelligence.'
Amy Orr-Ewing is Training Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust and Director of Programmes for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, before receiving a Masters degree in Theology at Kings College, London.
Amy has co-authored Holy Warriors: A Fresh Look at the Face of Extreme Islam and has contributed to the books God and the Generations and Worth Knowing: Wisdom for Women. Her latest books, Why Trust the Bible? (published under the title Is the Bible Intolerant? in North America) was shortlisted for the 2006 UK Christian Book Awards, and her next book is But Is It Real? (UK) and Is Believing in God Irrational?(USA).
Amy speaks and lectures on Christian Apologetics worldwide, at events such as the Keswick Convention and the European Leadership Forum, Hungary.She is married to Frog, who is a vicar in the Church of England, and they live in London with their twin boys.
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