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Josh McDowell's Handbook on Apologetics

ISBN: 9781418502201

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Here is a comprehensive resource for apologetics in today’s world. Josh McDowell addresses the toughest issues we face, and provides the answers straight from the Scriptures. Covers the reliability of the Bible; Creation and Evolution; Who Are God’s Chosen People?; Is the Church Necessary?; and Are These the End Times? This handbook distills core content from Josh’s famous Evidence books!

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“Reformers taught instead that the Bible judges tradition, church, and the pope” (source)

“The Bible is interpreted by the tradition of the church” (source)

“Scholars speak of the Old and New Testament books as belonging to the canon of Scripture. The word canon comes from the Greek word kanon, which referred to a reed or cane used as a measuring rod. The canon is thus the ‘measuring rod’ or standard we use to judge a work’s inspiration, authenticity, and veracity.” (source)

“The remarkable credentials of the Bible do not mean that it is true, but they do mean that it deserves serious consideration. Any sincere seeker after truth should look into this book for answers to the ultimate questions of existence.” (source)

“We could almost say that the universe bears the ‘signature’ of God.” (source)

  • Title: Josh McDowell’s Handbook on Apologetics
  • Author: Josh McDowell
  • Edition: electronic ed.
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Print Publication Date: 1997
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Apologetics › 20th century
  • ISBNs: 9781418502201, 1418502200
  • Resource ID: LLS:42.20.14
  • Resource Type: text.monograph.handbook
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-09-28T20:20:21Z
Josh McDowell

Joslin “Josh” McDowell is a Christian apologist, evangelist, and writer. He is within the Evangelical tradition of Protestant Christianity, and is the author or co-author of some 77 books. His best-known book is Evidence That Demands a Verdict, which was ranked 13th in Christianity Today’s list of most influential evangelical books published after World War II. Other well known titles are More Than a Carpenter, A Ready Defense and Right from Wrong.


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