Evidence For God: 50 Arguments For Faith From the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science
There have always been challenges to belief in God as he is revealed in the Bible and each new year seems to add more questions to the doubter's arsenal. Is Intelligent Design really a credible explanation of...
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There have always been challenges to belief in God as he is revealed in the Bible and each new year seems to add more questions to the doubter's arsenal.
Is Intelligent Design really a credible explanation of the origins of our world? ^Did Jesus really exist? ^Is Jesus really the only way to God? ^What about those who have never heard the gospel? ^Is the Bible today what was originally written? ^What about recently publicized gospels that aren't in the Bible?
In Evidence for God, leading apologists provide compelling arguments that address the most pressing questions of the day about God, science, Jesus, the Bible, and more.
Examine 50 Compelling Reasons for Belief Challenges to belief in God as he is revealed in the Bible have always existed, and today is no exception. In Evidence for God, leading Christian scholars and apologists provide compelling arguments that address the latest and most pressing questions about God, science, Jesus, the Bible, and more, including: -Did Jesus really exist? -Is Jesus really the only way to God? -What about those who have never heard the gospel? -Is today's Bible what was originally written? -What about recently publicized gospels that aren't in the Bible? -Is intelligent design really a credible explanation of the origins of our world? -and much more Evidence for God includes contributions from Craig L. Blomberg Darrell Bock L. Russ Bush III Paul Copan William A. Dembski Craig A. Evans Gary R. Habermas Guillermo Gonzalez Phillip E. Johnson Andreas J. K stenberger Michael R. Licona Paul L. Maier John McRay Nancy Pearcey Jay W. Richards Daniel B. Wallace Ben Witherington III William A. Dembski (PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago; PhD, University of Chicago) is research professor of philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books, including The End of Christianity. Michael R. Licona (PhD, University of Pretoria) is apologetics coordinator at the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. His books include Paul Meets Muhammad.
Michael R. Licona (Ph.D., University of Pretoria) is Research Professor of New Testament at Southern Evangelical Seminary and on staff at the North American Mission Board. He is the author of Paul Meets Muhammad (Baker, 2006) and coauthor with Gary Habermas of the award-winning book The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus (Kregel, 2004) and the author of the recently published The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach (InterVarsity Press, 2010).
Licona is a member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, the Institute for Biblical Research and the Society of Biblical Literature. He is also a frequent speaker on university campuses and at churches, and has appeared on dozens of radio and television programs.
William Dembski (Ph.D., mathematics, University of Chicago; Ph.D., philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago) is Research Professor of Philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
He has previously taught at Northwestern University, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of Dallas. He has done postdoctoral work in mathematics at MIT, in physics at the University of Chicago, and in computer science at Princeton University, and he has been a National Science Foundation doctoral and postdoctoral fellow. Dembski has written numerous scholarly articles and is the author of the critically acclaimed The Design Inference (Cambridge), Intelligent Design (InterVarsity Press) and No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot Be Purchased without Intelligence (Rowman and Littlefield).