Ten Tough Problems in Christian Thought and Belief

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  • Author : David Madison
  • Publisher : Tellectual Press
  • Pages : null pages
  • ISBN : 9781942897125
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Ten Tough Problems in Christian Thought and Belief

Ten Tough Problems in Christian Thought and Belief
  • Author : David Madison
  • Publisher : Tellectual Press
  • Release : 07 August 2016
GET THIS BOOK Ten Tough Problems in Christian Thought and Belief

An all-powerful God who permits unspeakable horrors and sent a Son who threatened more to come, forever, to those who don't believe in him. An inspired holy book that turns out to be full of archaic nonsense, moral failures, and contradictions. A world of disagreement not just between Christians and other religions, but within Christianity itself. Blood sacrifice and a tale of the walking dead as the very foundation of faith. These are just a few aspects of Ten very

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  • Release : 12 September 2014
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