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We all want truth. So we say. But looking into the face of truth can be difficult. Here is a book with honest answers to honest questions: Can God be known? Hasn't science disproved the Bible? How can a good God allow evil? Aren't all religions pretty much the same? Traversing the worlds of art, music, philosophy, and popular culture, William Edgar takes us to the root of such questions, where we come face to face with the One who is truth itself.
Answers the questions: Can God be known? Hasn't science disproved the Bible? How can a good God allow evil? Aren't all religions pretty much the same?
William Edgar (Dr. Theol., Universite de Geneve) is professor of apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary, as well as an ordained minister, a musicologist, and a jazz musician. His published works include The Face of Truth; In Spirit and In Truth: Ten Bible Studies on Worship; Taking Note of Music; Sur le rock; Bibliographie d'ouvrages apologtique; Reasons of the Heart: Recovering Christian Persuasion; La carte protestante: L'apologtique protestante de langue franaise de 1815 1848; If You Seek Me and Truth in All Its Glory: Commending the Reformed Faith.