Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion
Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion
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  • 240 Pages
  • Publisher : Crossway Books

Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion

McLaughlin, Rebecca

Contrary to popular belief, Christianity is not declining in the modern world. It has long been the world's most popular belief system, and looks set to remain so. Rather than dismissing Christianity, therefore, we must wrestle with its claims. This book explores 12 hard questions that seem to undermine the Christian faith: the existence of suffering, the Bible's teaching on gender and sexuality, the reality of judgment, the authority of Scripture, the success of science, and more. Drawing on state-of-the-art academic research, personal stories, and deep scriptural excavation, this book argues that--when looked at more closely--what first seemed like roadblocks to faith actually become signposts.
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Table of Contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1: Aren’t we better off without religion?

Chapter 2: Doesn’t Christianity crush diversity?

Chapter 3: How can you say there is only one true faith?

Chapter 4: Doesn’t religion hinder morality?

Chapter 5: Doesn’t religion cause violence?

Chapter 6: How can you take the Bible literally?

Chapter 7: Hasn’t science disproved Christianity?

Chapter 8: Doesn’t Christianity denigrate women?

Chapter 9: Isn’t Christianity homophobic?

Chapter 10: Doesn’t the Bible condone slavery?

Chapter 11: How could a loving God allow so much suffering?

Chapter 12: How could a loving God send people to hell?

 

About the Author

Rebecca McLaughlin holds a PhD in renaissance literature from Cambridge University and a theology degree from Oak Hill College in London. She is cofounder of Vocable Communications and former vice president of content at the Veritas Forum, where she spent almost a decade working with Christian academics at leading secular universities.