A Reasonable Faith by Rubens Ruba
Can you be smart and believe in the Bible, God, and Faith?

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Christians are often accused of having “blind faith.” Looking at various questions relating to apologetics the author attempts to make the case that Christianity is unique and stands the test of rational and reasonable arguments. There is no conflict between faith and reason. He answers objections relating from Science, the reliability of the Bible, to the “arrogant” accusation that Christ is the only way? Whether you are investigating Christianity for the first time or whether you’re a Christian who’s wondering how to respond to objections skeptical friends raise, this book gives helpful guidance.

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Published March 18, 2011 by WestBow. 127 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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