Reclaiming Reason

Richard Gamble

Pages: 96
Size: 5" x 7"
ISBN #: 978-1-90709-822-2
Format: Full Color, Paperback

Many Christians are woefully ignorant of the basis of their faith and many sceptics do not bother to examine the evidence. This book offers five cogent arguments for the existence of God, and answers five of the most common objections raised by unbelievers.




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'Many Christians are woefully ignorant of the basis of their faith and many sceptics do not bother to examine the evidence. This book offers five cogent arguments for the existence of God, and answers five of the most common objections raised by unbelievers. Christians and non-Christians alike will find this a clear, challenging presentation of the rationality of the Christian faith.'
– Dr. Michael Green - Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University

'Here is a refreshing and accessible treatment of the reasons for Christian faith from a thoughtful young man who explores, from his own experience, the big questions life poses for us. Drawing on cosmology, biology, history, philosophy and human experience, Richard Gamble makes a lucid and compelling case for a Creator who not only leaves His fingerprints all over the universe, but who also reveals Himself in Jesus Christ and in contemporary experience. Even if you are not inclined to accept all the authors arguments, you will certainly be challenged by them and hard pressed to refute them. This is a book that is entirely worthy of its subtitle: Believers think Thinkers believe. I commend it wholeheartedly for personal reading and group discussion!'


– Dr. Alastair Noble - Educational Consultant and Director of the Centre for Intelligent Design, UK

'The Christian faith is not a blind faith, but it is built on rational grounds and attested historical events. Reclaiming Reason takes the sceptic and the believer on a logical journey to discover the reliability of the Christian faith. I trust that you will be challenged and encouraged as a result of reading this book.'

– Dr. Nagy Iskander - Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
FIVE REASONS FOR GOD
The Rationality of the Universe
First Cause
Design & Meaning
Moral Law
Life, Death & Resurrection of Jesus Christ
FIVE COMMON OBJECTIONS
Has Science Buried God?
The Problem of Suffering
How can I Trust the Bible?
Do All Roads Lead to God?
I am not a Bad Person
Conclusion
Notes
Further Reading Suggestions

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