Why God Probably Exists; Why Jesus Was Probably Divine; and Why the “Rational” Objections to Faith Are Unconvincing
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Imprint: Monarch Books
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Former agnostic, Roy Williams, was skeptical and uninterested in religious issues until his first child was born. But when he and his wife decided to take their daughter to Sunday school, Roy discovered that the Bible was full of wisdom and insight. Over the next several years, he began studying the Bible and eventually was willing to acknowledge Christ as his Lord.
In God, Actually, Roy discusses the questions he asked on his journey from agnostic to believer, including:
- what is the best explanation for the physical universe?
- what should we think about Jesus?
- how can we usefully address the question of suffering?
- and more
This book is packed full of pithy, judicious arguments. It draws widely upon philosophy and the arts, and its tone is lucid, fair-minded, and vigorous.
“[The] book is a very considerable achievement. It is exceptionally well-written, and carefully nuanced on all the crunch points.”Graham N. Stanton
Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity Emeritus, University of Cambridge