The Case for Faith Study Guide Study Guide Paperback
Investigating the Toughest Objections to Christianity
by Garry D. Poole; Lee Strobel;
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The Case for Faith Study Guide Study Guide
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Does believing in Christ mean refusing to ask hard questions in the midst of doubt?
Doubt is familiar territory for Lee Strobel, the former atheist and award-winning author of books for sceptics and Christians. But he believes that faith and reason go hand in hand, and that Christianity is a defensible religion.
In this six-session revised small group Bible study, Strobel explores the most common emotional obstacles to faith in Christ. These include the natural inclination to wrestle with faith and doubt, the troubling presence of evil and suffering in the world, and the exclusivity of the Christian gospel. They also include this compelling question: Can I doubt and be a Christian?
Through compelling personal stories and experts testimony combined with reflection and interaction, Christians and spiritual seekers will learn how to overcome these obstacles, deepen their spiritual convictions and find new confidence that Christianity is a reasonable faith.
The Challenge of Faith
Dealing with Doubt
Evil and Suffering, Part 1
Evil and Suffering, Part 2
Why Is Jesus the Only Way to God?
The Power of Faith
The Case for Faith Study Guide Study Guide by Garry D. Poole; Lee Strobel was published by Zondervan in December 2013 and is our 25586th best seller. The ISBN for The Case for Faith Study Guide Study Guide is 9780310698807.
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|Page last updated||15th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Garry D. Poole; Lee Strobel|
|Publisher||Zondervan (December 2013)|
|Number of Pages||112|