3 edition of Evidence that demands a verdict found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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This volume adds the credentials of the younger McDowell to the senior's extensive apologetic experience. It was high time for this book to be updated. This makes the book suitable for research, though it might make cover-to-cover reading more difficult. The internet and the scandals it covers put us all on a jury. Eight chapters help demonstrate the historicity of Christ and his resurrection. The scholar who accused me included a footnote to prove I was guilty.
The chapters are useful for buttressing the faith once delivered to all the saints. For me to lie I have to do two things, first- speak an untruth, and also know that I am speaking an untruth. This is a handy resource for a Christian engaged in the Great Commission. The most important use of this volume is as a way to self-equip for the ministry of evangelism in a skeptical age.
It has a helpful table of contents with chapter abstracts, as well as subject and author indices, which keep this tome from being unwieldy. Sean McDowell is a sought after speaker and radio guest for organizations like Focus on the Family, Youth Specialties, and the program Family Life Today. This kind of trial, however, comes with a ready made system of evidence- footnotes.
When an accusation is made, no matter how horrific, we stand ready to believe it.
When the third guy gets his turn we move on to a new theme, but the same practice. A rush to judgment is always bad judgment. This is a book that should be in church libraries, on the shelves of Evidence that demands a verdict, in the homes of Christian parents, and among the recommended resources for new believers.
When an accusation is made the cry comes forth from the compassionate ones that no quarter should be given to the accused, because the guilty deserve no quarter. With the original Evidence That Demands a Verdict, bestselling author Josh McDowell gave Christian readers the answers they needed to defend their faith against the harshest critics and skeptics.
We are called to be Bereans of our own hearts, and of our own tongues. I have a friend who used to complain that in our day conversation had devolved into taking turns sharing.
We do not love them, but think evil of them, we assign motives we cannot possibly know and having done so, finding them guilty, we then pass on our verdict to others, who convict on the basis of our testimony.
I have a friend who used to complain that in our day conversation had devolved into taking turns sharing.
Again, it would be difficult to get through the whole volume in a semester or year.