2 edition of Christian primer. found in the catalog.
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The book is perfect for seeing how Christianity is able to operate in the face of modernity. This encyclopedia of apologetics clearly details various philosophies, answers objections, and explores many Bible difficulties. The philosophical argument has been developed and criticized by Plantinga and others in the succeeding 40 years.To help readers pick out some of the best inspirational books, Newsmax has compiled this list of the top 25 living, Christian nonfiction authors.
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