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The Problem of God

Mark Clark
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The Problem of God
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The Problem of God

Mark Clark

The Problem of God is written by a skeptic who became a Christian and then a pastor, all while exploring answers to the most difficult questions raised against Christianity. Growing up in an atheistic home, Mark Clark struggled through his parents' divorce, acquiring Tourette syndrome and OCD in his teen years. After his father's death, he began a skeptical search for truth through science, philosophy, and history, eventually finding answers in Christianity.

In a disarming, winsome, and persuasive way, The Problem of God responds to the top ten God questions of our present age, including:

  • Does God even exist?
  • What do we do with Christianity's violent history?
  • Is Jesus just another myth?
  • Can the Bible be trusted?
  • Why should we believe in Hell anymore today?

The book concludes with Christianity's most audacious assertion: how should we respond to Jesus' claim that he is God and the only way to salvation.



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About "The Problem of God"

The Problem of God is written by a skeptic who became a Christian and then a pastor, all while exploring answers to the most difficult questions raised against Christianity. Growing up in an atheistic home, Mark Clark struggled through his parents' divorce, acquiring Tourette syndrome and OCD in his teen years. After his father's death, he began a skeptical search for truth through science, philosophy, and history, eventually finding answers in Christianity.

In a disarming, winsome, and persuasive way, The Problem of God responds to the top ten God questions of our present age, including:

  • Does God even exist?
  • What do we do with Christianity's violent history?
  • Is Jesus just another myth?
  • Can the Bible be trusted?
  • Why should we believe in Hell anymore today?

The book concludes with Christianity's most audacious assertion: how should we respond to Jesus' claim that he is God and the only way to salvation.


- Publisher

Meet the Author

Mark Clark

Clark received his Ph.D. in international relations from the University of Southern California. He is professor of political science, and the chair of that department, as well as director of the National Security Studies program at California State University, San Bernardino. He is an adjunct fellow at the Claremont Institute and a consultant to TRW on strategic nuclear forces.

Table Of Contents

  • the Problem Of God Is Written By A Skeptic Who Became A Christian And Then A Pastor, All While Exploring Answers To The Most Difficult Questions Raised Against Christianity. Growing Up In An Atheistic Home, Mark Clark Struggled Through His Parents' Divorce, Acquiring Tourette Syndrome And Ocd In His Teen Years. After His Father's Death, He Began A Skeptical Search For Truth Through Science, Philosophy, And History, Eventually Finding Answers In Christianity.

    in A Disarming, Winsome, And Persuasive Way, the Problem Of God Responds To The Top Ten God Questions Of Our Present Age, Including:

    • does God Even Exist?
    • what Do We Do With Christianity's Violent History?
    • is Jesus Just Another Myth?
    • can The Bible Be Trusted?
    • why Should We Believe In Hell Anymore Today?

    the Book Concludes With Christianity's Most Audacious Assertion: How Should We Respond To Jesus' Claim That He Is God And The Only Way To Salvation.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 490315
  • Product Code 9780310535232
  • ISBN 0310535239
  • EAN 9780310535232
  • Department Academic
  • Category Apologetic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Aug 2017
  • Sales Rank #45014
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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