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True For You But Not For Me

True For You But Not For Me

by Paul Copan

Relativism, the philosophical belief that there are no absolute truths, has a powerful sway in our post-modern world. When they have witnessed to unbelievers, many Christians may have heard the catch phrases of relativism like "All religions lead to God," "Who are you to judge others?" and "Jesus was just another great religious leader." Paul Copan, in t… Read more…

Creation Out of Nothing

Creation Out of Nothing

by Paul Copan

First things first! The Bible begins with God's creation of the world, and that beginning is an important foundation for how we understand our entire faith. What we believe about how God created the world can have important implications for many other parts of our Christian belief. In Creation Out of Nothing: A Biblical, Philosophical, and Scientific Expl… Read more…

How Do You Know You

How Do You Know You're Not Wrong?: Responding to Objections That Leave Christians Speechless

by Paul Copan

In today's postmodern world, believers more than ever before are faced with a host of objections to Christianity. Expert apologist Paul Copan describes these objections as "anti-truth" claims and with "How Do You Know You're Not Wrong" he provides a helpful resource with thorough, biblical answers to such regularly used objections as- &qu… Read more…

How Do You Know You

How Do You Know You're Not Wrong?

by Paul Copan

"Hey, whatever works for you." When you try to share your faith with friends or family, responses like this can be familiar, frustrating, and can sometimes leave you speechless. In How Do You Know You're Not Wrong?: More Responses to Skeptics Who Challenge Your Faith, Paul Copan continues his consideration of questions like this, which are encounte… Read more…

That

That's Just Your Interpretation

by Paul Copan

"Hey, it's all relative." As our society becomes more and more relativistic, Christians can find it harder and harder to confidently articulate the foundations of their faith. Because we live in a "culture of truth decay," as Paul Copan calls it, Christians confront more and more tough questions when they seek to share their faith with others. In T… Read more…