Download e-book for kindle: 101 Tough Questions, 101 Straight Answers by Lucas Leys

By Lucas Leys

ISBN-10: 0829763058

ISBN-13: 9780829763058

How repeatedly have the questions coming up in our minds appeared to stay unanswerable? How frequently have we repeated those inquiries to those who additionally didn't be aware of the solutions? and the way again and again have they requested us questions that we additionally can't solution? Lucas Leys provides one hundred and one tough questions besides direct solutions for every one. He deals solutions which are good reasoned and balanced from a biblical and religious standpoint in order that youngsters can deepen their religion. no matter if you're a adolescence chief who must the appropriate solutions to offer or looking for passable solutions, this ebook is for you.

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How can I talk about the Bible with my atheist friends? First of all, it’s important for you to understand clearly that true evangelism has more to do with bearing witness about Christ’s work in us than arguing about the accuracy and reliability of the Bible. Although some may get upset, I must say I don’t know anybody who gave his life to Christ because he was convinced in an argument that the Bible is accurate. I believe without a doubt we can defend our faith and argue against non-Christians about the veracity of the Bible—and win the argument.

You wouldn’t know what they were doing, what they were thinking, what they were feeling, and soon you would cease to understand them. Today everybody knows in order for interpersonal relationships to work there must be good communication. The same is true with God. Prayer is not a monologue that bounces off the ceiling. God listens carefully to every prayer and answers in His time. He is the Father and we are His children. Why then, would we want to walk through life without counting on the wealth of our Father’s advice and the assurance of His protection?

But Christ the Son of God already existed before the birth of the babe in Bethlehem. All scholars agree the opening verses of the Gospel of John are a clear reference to Christ. I’ll pass them to you here, because they’re self-explanatory. Remember when John talks about “the Word” and “the light” he’s talking about Jesus: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.

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