Now updated with even more material, the CSB Apologetics Study Bible for Students anchors young Christians in the truths of Scripture by equipping them with thoughtful and practical responses when the core issues of their faith and life are challenged.
With content curated by general editor, Dr. Sean McDowell, the core materials explores over 130 of the top questions students are asking today. This edition includes new articles and extensive apologetics study material from today’s most popular youth leaders and apologists that has been revised and updated to reflect relevant apologetics issues and questions being discussed today. A truly unique Bible created to encourage students to ask tough questions, get straight answers and strengthen their faith.
“By contrast, the biblical account presents a high moral motivation for the flood, through which God judges sin and also purifies the earth. Moreover, Noah is decidedly mortal, and God preserves the human family out of his grace. The lessons of the flood account are Noah’s obedience to God’s word and the perpetuation of God’s blessing for humanity and the world.” (Page 12)
“If Judas had chosen not to betray Jesus, someone else likely would have stepped forward.” (Page 1330)
“Hebrew uses the plural form to indicate honor or intensity, sometimes called the ‘plural of majesty.’ The pairing of a singular adjective (Ps 7:9) or verb (Gn 20:6) with Elohim shows that the one God is intended.” (Page 3)
“Ask, ‘What do you mean by ‘evolution’?’ Even scientists use the word to refer to different ideas at different times.” (Page 5)
“A tactic is a strategy used to achieve a specific goal. Athletes rely on tactics in their respective sports. For instance, a basketball player might use the tactic of ‘boxing out’ to ensure she gets the rebound. When it comes to defending Christianity, clear thinking is one of the best tactics available. Clear thinkers use sound logic and good reasoning. By use of reason the mind examines, understands, and comes to a conclusion. Just as a hammer is a tool for carpentry, logic is a tool of reasoning. All human thought and communication depend upon the laws of logic. In fact, thought would be impossible without them. The purpose of good reasoning is simple: to help us separate truth from error.” (Page xiii)
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