The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict

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T. Nelson, 1999 - Religion - 760 pages
Is the Bible historically reliable? Is there credible evidence of Chrst's claim to be God? Will Christianity stand up before 21st century critics? Christians today face growing challenges to show that their faith is both relevant and credible. Josh McDowell's New Evidence That Demands a Verdict combines the two original best-selling volumes into one, maintaining their classic defense of the faith, yet answering new questions posed by today's culture. - Back cover.

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This was a required text for a course I took. I was underwhelmed at the content of the work. This is standard evangelical apologetics in a somewhat eccentric outline format not unlike the old Bible ... Read full review

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It's true - one convinced against their will is of their own opinion still. Apologetics don't save, though an earnest seeker for a basis for faith will find most of what they need here. Remember ... Read full review

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Josh McDowell is an internationally known speaker and author.nbsp; He is a traveling representative of Campus Crusade for Christ speaking to more than ten million young people.nbsp; Josh has authored or coauthored more thannbsp;120 books.nbsp; Josh and his wife, Dottie, have four grown children.

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