Dead Or Alive? Paperback
The Truth And Relevance Of Jesus' Resurrection
by Daniel Clark;
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Dead Or Alive?
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This well balanced book about the resurrection is punchy, readable and at times, humorous.
Suitable for Christians and Non-Christians alike.
The book is divided into three main sections, "Is it relevant?" "Is it true?" and "So what?" and these questions are answered by examples given from the contributors to the book.
Dead Or Alive? by Daniel Clark was published by Intervarsity Press in February 2007 and is our 28554th best seller. The ISBN for Dead Or Alive? is 9781844741564.
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Dead or AliveHelen Hancox, via The Good Book Stall
This book isn’t just another rehash of the evidence for the empty tomb; instead Daniel Clark uses the event of the resurrection to present the Christian gospel in an easy to read and modern way. He looks at the question of suffering, life after death, other religions and the meaning of life in relation to the resurrection story, only then going on to the evidence for the historical event. This book is written in a very accessible style with minimal jargon and explanations throughout of any possibly confusing terminology. There are amusing cartoons, pull quotes and several short features on different Christians - mostly ordinary people - from around the world. In a book of 200 pages there isn't great depth in any of the issues and some of the answers and testimonies given seemed a bit too over positive - there were rarely hints of the problems, both theological and in life that Christians face. Nonetheless it's a very well written and interesting book to lend to a friend who knows little about Christianity.
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Details for Dead Or Alive?
|Author / Artist||Daniel Clark|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (February 2007)|
|Number of Pages||160|
|Page last updated||14th October 2017|