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Despite years of soaking up sermons and Bible lessons, the average Christian feels ill-equipped to answer objections posed by family, friends, and colleagues. Why do some Christians find themselves unable to respond to such objections as: – “You don’t need to go to church to be spiritual.” – “Christians are just hypocrites.” – “Science has disproved Christianity.” These statements often come from individuals who wish they could have faith but are hindered by would-be obstacles. Michael Green and Nick Spencer provide a resource for believers to respectfully address such concerns with teaching that enlightens and transforms. Based on the researched comments of real individuals whose situations are smartly fleshed out, this book can help persons move beyond “I’d like to believe, but . . .” to “I believe.”

Despite years of soaking up sermons and Bible lessons, the average Christian feels ill-equipped to answer objections posed by family, friends, and colleagues. Why do some Christians find themselves unable to respond to such objections as: – “You don’t need to go to church to be spiritual.” – “Christians are just hypocrites.” – “Science has disproved Christianity.” These statements often come from individuals who wish they could have faith but are hindered by would-be obstacles. Michael Green and Nick Spencer provide a resource for believers to respectfully address such concerns with teaching that enlightens and transforms. Based on the researched comments of real individuals whose situations are smartly fleshed out, this book can help persons move beyond “I’d like to believe, but . . .” to “I believe.”

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Despite years of soaking up sermons and Bible lessons, the average Christian feels ill-equipped to answer objections posed by family, friends, and colleagues. Why do some Christians find themselves unable to respond to such objections as: – “You don’t need to go to church to be spiritual.” – “Christians are just hypocrites.” – “Science has disproved Christianity.” These statements often come from individuals who wish they could have faith but are hindered by would-be obstacles. Michael Green and Nick Spencer provide a resource for believers to respectfully address such concerns with teaching that enlightens and transforms. Based on the researched comments of real individuals whose situations are smartly fleshed out, this book can help persons move beyond “I’d like to believe, but . . .” to “I believe.”