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I'd Like to Believe, But....

Michael GreenNick Spencer

I'd Like to Believe, But....

Michael GreenNick Spencer

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'Religious people are too intolerant'

'You can't trust what is in the Bible'

'Science has disproved Christianity'

'There's just too much suffering in the world'

'There's not enough proof for me to believe'

'Something 2000 years old can't be relevant to me today.'

These statements were genuine concerns of people who were asked about their personal beliefs. They were comments from men and women who have no clear views about God and do not go to church. They may be views that you, your family or your friends hold.
Michael Green has responded to each of these statements in a direct and informal way giving his Christian perspective on the opinions expressed. His easy style will engage readers and help to show how the Bible and Christian beliefs can provide a real faith for life. This book may even help you believe in spite of your buts. . .
- Publisher.

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About "I'd Like to Believe, But...."

'Religious people are too intolerant'

'You can't trust what is in the Bible'

'Science has disproved Christianity'

'There's just too much suffering in the world'

'There's not enough proof for me to believe'

'Something 2000 years old can't be relevant to me today.'

These statements were genuine concerns of people who were asked about their personal beliefs. They were comments from men and women who have no clear views about God and do not go to church. They may be views that you, your family or your friends hold.
Michael Green has responded to each of these statements in a direct and informal way giving his Christian perspective on the opinions expressed. His easy style will engage readers and help to show how the Bible and Christian beliefs can provide a real faith for life. This book may even help you believe in spite of your buts. . .
- Publisher.
- Koorong

This text examines some of the most commonly held objections to the Christian faith, based on responses from real people across the country. The author uses genuine questions that people have to argue the case for faith in Christ.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Michael Green

Michael Green is chaplain for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and also teaches the evangelism module there. In addition, he is director of the Good News Initiative of the Anglican Communion Network in the United States. He formerly served as senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, England, and as adviser in evangelism to the archbishops of Canterbury and York. As a pastor, evangelist, author and lecturer, he has taught and preached the New Testament for many years. His many books include I Believe in the Holy Spirit and Evangelism in the Early Church.

Nick Spencer

Nick Spencer is Director of Studies for Theos, the public theology think tank based in London, UK. He was a researcher and writer for London Institute of Contemporary Christianity and the Jubilee Centre. He supplied the research for I'd Like to Believe, But with by Michael Green and The Responsive Church (with Graham Tomlin)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 227670
  • Product Code 1844740730
  • EAN 9781844740734
  • Pages 126
  • Department Academic
  • Category Apologetic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Intervarsity Press Uk
  • Publication Date Apr 2005
  • Weight 0.144kg

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