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It makes sense: The handbook to believing

It makes sense: The handbook to believing
A complete ABC of the Christian faith with 'street-cred' that you wouldn't be embarrassed to give to anyone. 'Can I trust the bible?' 'Why does God allow suffering?' ' What about other religions?' 'Doesn't science disprove Christianity?' 'Isn't the church full of hypocrites?' These are the kind of crunch questions every enquirer and new Christians wants to ask. And this is the book they can turn to for head-on answers.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781859997437
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Publisher: SCRIPTURE UNION
Author: GAUKROGER STEPHEN
Format: Pbk
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This award-winning best-seller has been called the handbook to believing and is easily the best, most readable book of its kind available. This new edition has been totally updated and refreshed for the 21st century, and enhanced with new illustrations throughout. The style is engaging, readable, down-to-earth and frequently very funny. A complete ABC of the Christian faith with 'street-cred' that you wouldn't be embarrassed to give to anyone.
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