The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity



Society Today Has A Growing Number Of Objections And Concerns Regarding Christianity Why Does A Loving God Let Bad Things Happen Would God Really Send Someone To Hell And Why Is Christianity Right And Other Religions Are In Error Many Christians Hear Objections To Christianity And Have A Crisis Of Faith Enter Alex McFarland, A Seasoned Apologist Who Is Ready To Explore Common Objections To Christianity He Offers Straight Answers That Will Give Them Confidence And Understanding About Their Beliefs After Reading This Book, All Christians Will Know How To Effectively Answer The Most Common Objections To Christianity, Why They Believe What They Believe And Be Prepared To Defend Their Faith And WorldviewThe 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity
  • Alex McFarland
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0830742980

10 thoughts on “The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity

  1. says:

    I originally read this book in college, when I started taking my faith seriously when all others around me were not Gave this another read as part of a study I am teaching to my youth group and it s a solid book It s certainly not the best book on apologetics but it also never claims to be Alex McFarland states clearly at the beginning of the book to use his book as a catalyst to study these issues deeper I think he does a fair job of bringing some of the issues forward and introducing young I originally read this book in college, when I started taking my faith seriously when all others around me were not Gave this another read as part of a study I am teaching to my youth group and it s a solid book It s certainly not the best book on apologetics but it also never claims to be Alex McFarland states clearly at the beginning of the book to use his book as a catalyst to study these issues deeper I think he does a fair job of bringing some of the issues forward and introducing young Christians to them, while offering some Biblically, and logically, sound apologetics Though, I felt the last 2 3 objections were sort of put together with less fortitude than the others, they still at least ask the questions to get one s mind thinking.All in all, if you re starting out on apologetics, I think this is a fantastic starting point

  2. says:

    I was a bit dissatisfied with the last two sections of this book, but only in a relative sense towards the rest of the material McFarland makes some extremely logical and inescapable arguments towards the existence and legitimacy of Jesus Christ, and he does so very eloquently Overall, this book was a great faith strengthener , and it deserves 4.5 stars A great read for budding Christians, long time Christians, and atheists alike.

  3. says:

    This book, I would consider, is a primer for Christian apologetics It is a great start for those who desire to know how to defend one s faith and to give an answer to others as to why you believe what you believe through sound reason and logic A great book for those of all ages who are interested not in debate and arguing but in defending the faith with knowledge and facts.

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and it definitely helped to give me a logical basis for my faith in Jesus, not just a spiritual basis I took off a star because in his explanations about things like the Crusades or other historical events, there were no citations so I had no way to check the academic validity of his sources and make sure that what he wrote was accurate and founded in solid research.

  5. says:

    No Just no Extremely reductionistic, poor biblical scholarship, and major fear of postmodernity Apologetics reveal just as much about the Age it was written as they do the reason for faith, and this way of doing apologetics needs to be left in the past We can do better than this.

  6. says:

    I was sadly mistaken when I picked up this book I thought it would be about NOT to be catholic but it was about why you should be So to try my best I tried to read it but then I couldn t take it any and off to eBay it went.

  7. says:

    A book everyone should read.

  8. says:

    In this short book comprised of what feels like scholarly essaysthan chapters, Alex Mcfarland offers rebuttals to 10 of the most commonly asked questions regarding Christianity Clear and concise, Mcfarland s take on these questions offers readers an easy to understand look at how Christianity handles some very controversial topics like Why would God send people He loves to hell, and How was the world created in only 7 days In my opinion, Mcfarland handles these questions with grace a In this short book comprised of what feels like scholarly essaysthan chapters, Alex Mcfarland offers rebuttals to 10 of the most commonly asked questions regarding Christianity Clear and concise, Mcfarland s take on these questions offers readers an easy to understand look at how Christianity handles some very controversial topics like Why would God send people He loves to hell, and How was the world created in only 7 days In my opinion, Mcfarland handles these questions with grace and aplomb, so as not to cause offense to someone reading who may not consider Christianity their religion To those who do, however, this book is an excellent tool for building one s confidence in the things they believe

  9. says:

    When considering the mission field i.e online ministry , it s important to get into the head and heart of the unbeliever.The Ten Most Common Objections to Christianity by Alex McFarland briefly goes over the ten most common objections, like Jesus resurrection What struck me was how many theories existed to disprove Jesus empty tomb In order not to believe, people really stretched their imaginations.Once again, I am convinced the reason to not believe is buried beneath pride or the scar tis When considering the mission field i.e online ministry , it s important to get into the head and heart of the unbeliever.The Ten Most Common Objections to Christianity by Alex McFarland briefly goes over the ten most common objections, like Jesus resurrection What struck me was how many theories existed to disprove Jesus empty tomb In order not to believe, people really stretched their imaginations.Once again, I am convinced the reason to not believe is buried beneath pride or the scar tissue of the battered heart A great book to read whether you are a believer or not

  10. says:

    This is a good overall introduction to apologetics It s not too long and it s not a hard read Some of the best chapters for me were on the authenticity and accuracy of the Bible I think every Christian should have a general knowledge of apologetics, and this book is very accessible for those who want to be informed about their faith but who don t want to go into a deep study.That being saidthis book is not going to satisfy every question about God s existence, creation, evolution, sufferin This is a good overall introduction to apologetics It s not too long and it s not a hard read Some of the best chapters for me were on the authenticity and accuracy of the Bible I think every Christian should have a general knowledge of apologetics, and this book is very accessible for those who want to be informed about their faith but who don t want to go into a deep study.That being saidthis book is not going to satisfy every question about God s existence, creation, evolution, suffering, etc

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