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Reasons for Faith (Foreword by Lee Strobel): Making a Case for the Christian Faith

Reasons for Faith (Foreword by Lee Strobel): Making a Case for the Christian Faith

by Norman Geisler, Chad Meister, Josh McDowell, Louis Markos, Scott Klusendorf, Alan W. Gomes, J. P. Moreland, Norman L. Geisler, E. Calvin Beisner, Chad V. Meister, Mark Mittelberg, John Warwick Montgomery, H. Wayne House, Francis J. Beckwith, Winfried Corduan and Migu Endara

Many Christians want to witness for their faith, but they are afraid they will not be able to answer questions that others may ask of them. First Peter 3:15 reminds believers to always be prepared to "make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you." Norman Geisler and Chad Meister realize the fear of facing questions a… Read more…

Creation and the Courts (With Never Before Published Testimony from the "Scopes II" Trial): Eighty Years of Conflict in the Classroom and the Courtroom

Creation and the Courts (With Never Before Published Testimony from the "Scopes II" Trial): Eighty Years of Conflict in the Classroom and the Courtroom

by Norman L. Geisler, Duane T. Gish and Wayne Frair

With the explosion of the Intelligent Design movement, many Americans are once again forced to take sides in the long-standing battle between creation and evolution. Yet many feel inadequately educated on the judicial process of this battle. In Creation and the Courts, Norman Geisler offers a behind-the-scenes look at the testimonies and arguments of the pro… Read more…

Love Your Neighbor: Thinking Wisely about Right and Wrong

Love Your Neighbor: Thinking Wisely about Right and Wrong

by Norman Geisler, Norman L. Geisler and Ryan P. Snuffer

Love Your Neighbor is a concise introduction to Christian ethics. It begins with a look at the biblical basis for morality, defines and describes various philosophical approaches to the subject of ethics, then connects biblical morality with the idea of absolute truth in philosophy. The book then moves from its philosophical basis to a practical application … Read more…


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