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  • Title: If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption
  • Author: Andrew P. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781844745692
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • A profound, quirky and amusing take on life s biggest questions.People encounter truth by sharing stories and asking questions Andrew Wilson asks nine big questions about truth, origins and redemption, and wonders aloud about the possible answers, representing a new fresh way of communicating the gospel.
    If God Then What Wondering Aloud About Truth Origins Redemption A profound quirky and amusing take on life s biggest questions People encounter truth by sharing stories and asking questions Andrew Wilson asks nine big questions about truth origins and redemption

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    1. I find it hard to write reviews for Christian books I read, because I always factor in my own personal journey into how I respond to the books themselves So perhaps my reviews aren t as accurate as the other books I talk about on here.Overall, from my personal perspective on this part of my faith journey, I found this book a bit heavy It took me longer to read than I d wished I kept putting it down and re reading sections.A few people recommended this to me as a new Christian returned though , b [...]

    2. I am on a quest to gather a handful of provocative questions that cut through the fog and haze and compel a person to think about foundational matters That is exactly how this book is organized He shows rather effectively that there are not a lot of answers to such questions and challenges the reader, not by proving the biblical answers, but by simply asking a followup question which answer most adequately accounts for the data

    3. A great holiday read full of humour and nuggets of wisdom Asks the big questions of life and seeks to answer them in a very accessible way, while delving into the worlds of history, science, philosophy and theology for answers A great reminder that getting sucked into the merry go round of go to work to get the money to get the food to get the strength is not enough Brilliant book

    4. It seems trite to compare every single apologetics work to Mere Christianity yet here we are again If you are looking for a fresh, colloquial apologetic for the 21st century, look no further than If God, Then What Wilson writes in a style that comes across as a stream of unbroken consciousness than philosophical musing and it makes his work incredibly easy to read and incredibly easy to understand This is an excellent book for Christians who wish to read a sound apologetic work that isn t by Le [...]

    5. OK, let s get the disclosure out of the way I know the author and am fairly well disposed towards most things he writes I also own all his books and yet strangely this is the first that I ve actually read In a post Christian society it s so important to discuss with those who don t follow Christ in such a way so as to have conversations about Jesus We need to listen without caving in, disagree without being disagreeable, challenge without being arrogant and perhaps come to a fresh understanding [...]

    6. I bought this book without planning on reading it just yet However, on the train home from London, I decided to peak at the introduction to pass time And then I kept on reading To my surprise, I ended up reading half of it in one sitting This book is a brilliantly persuading case for Christianity It s not the most academic, but he asks the questions that prompt the heart alongside the head.From the start, he develops his case as he seeks to find answers to his own questions and wonders aloud abo [...]

    7. Given to me by a good friend whom I will be rewarding generously I have devoured this book in two huge gulps across a weekend and I now strongly believe this book should be required reading for all New ChristiansMr Wilson has given us a chance to show we are not mindless drones following theological ideals blindly and that with careful and thoughtful examination, that we have the scope to argue our case systematically, intelligently and with Science and the Arts providing the basis of finding th [...]

    8. An excellent, concise argument for the believability of Christianity Wilson takes us through life s big questions He likens the book to a cross between Tim Keller author of The Reason for God and Donald Miller Blue Like Jazz and its an apt description Though not as thorough as the Reason for God, the brevity 159 pages makes it ideal for someone who is beginning to explore the Christian worldview I appreciate the very Jewish way that Wilson understands and describes redemption The one critique I [...]

    9. The first couple of chapters are particularly good, and refreshingly different from other apologetics books The rest of the book is well written, and explores the big apologetics questions I would definitely recommend this book to university students and other people who are thinking about how to engage with people about Christian faith, or Christians are doing some serious thinking about some of these questions for the first time I don t think I would give it to a sceptic, but some of the argum [...]

    10. Enjoyable book, easy reading journey through reasons why to believe in God and in the gospel is both reasonable and liberating This will strengthen the views of those who already believe and enlighten those who do not Even those who remain unconvinced will I think have to ackowledge the reasonableness of the Christian claims.

    11. Very well written, surely for the new breed of apologetics.Andrew takes a journey to define the limitation of science to seek evidence of the existence of God.He tackles Dawkins multiverse concept in a sense that it hold some doubful conclusion to existence of the earth.A good read,Not one of the best but a well balanced read for both atheist and theist.

    12. The most open minded and non arrogant book on Christian apologetics I ve read Would highly recommend this to Atheists wanting to understand what and why Christians believe what they do You can t properly believe in something without understanding the alternatives This book is made awesome by the fact the author makes references to The Matrix, Lord of the Rings and Jurassic park.

    13. I happily recommend this excellent book to anyone with questions, even above Amy Orr Ewing s Why Trust the Bible I lent this to my unbelieving Dad, and it raised serious questions about faith We both loved the way Wilson speaks without presumption of faith, yet guides us in together with him.

    14. In the past I have declared my aversion to most Christian books this, however, was really an interesting read Slightly self aware at times but overall made interesting points and was thought provoking Willing to lend if anyone wants it

    15. This is an excellent book Probably the best book I have read about believing in God Of course it is always nice to be confirmed that it is reasonable to believe in God but Wilson s way is hilarious and thought provoking

    16. Well written and winsome, could hardly put it down Wilson recognises that most people won t be battered into belief by mountains of figures and logical conundrums but should instead be invited to consider what the world is really like and what worldview would make sense of it.

    17. Delightful approach to Christian apologetics The second half in particular is especially profitable Well worth reading One of the best apologetics books I ve read in recent years.

    18. Very well written, very easy to understand, should be in everyone s collection as a book to give to anyone.

    19. not preachy and very well explained gives both sides of argument but does conclude with author s opinion.

    20. Really good book Doesn t shove the Christian view down your throat, instead discusses issues that get the reader thinking

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