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How Could God Allow Suffering And Evil

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Reasonable answers to the tough questions about faith_for seeker small groups This revised edition of the Tough Questions series of small group curriculum faces head-on the difficult and challenging questions seekers ask about the Christian faith. This honest, informative series is the result of authors Garry Poole and Judson Poling's extensive work with seekers at Willow Creek Community Church. Each of the 7 guides deals frankly with common objections to Christianity: * How Does Anyone Know God Exists? * What Difference Does Jesus Make? * How Reliable Is the Bible? * How Could God Allow Suffering and Evil? * Don't All Religions Lead to God? * Do Science and the Bible Conflict? * Why Become a Christian? In 6 sessions, each guide is designed to get small groups thinking, discussing, and eventually discovering that the Christian faith can stand up to scrutiny. Quotes from non-Christian skeptics in various disciplines, together with responses from credible Christian apologists, fuel the discussions. The Tough Questions Leader's Guide provides detailed lesson plans for facilitating the discussion and, in the process, giving an overview of the key elements of Christianity. This series is appropriate for small groups, churches, and Sunday school classes. It offers seekers and believers alike the kind of reasonable, factual answers that inspire faith, conviction, and trust in the reality and claims of Christ. Type: Paperback () Category: Books > God/Theology Proper ISBN / UPC: 9780310245056/0310245052 Publish Date: 10/1/2003 Item No: 26533 Vendor: Zondervan

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