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Evidence for the Bible - Consider Christianity

Volume 1 , by Elgin L. Hushbeck, Jr.


This is the first Volume of a significantly Revised and Expanded Edition of Consider Christianity  Comments on the book include:

"Consider Christianity is one of the most significant apologetics books of our time. Elgin Hushbeck knows and loves the Word of God.  In striking fashion Hushbeck leads the most inquiring and analytical minds through the maze of Biblical fact and fiction into the fresh air of faith.  He offers clear and comprehensible logic as he peals away the layers of modern Biblical criticism.  Hushbeck is truly a present day champion in the defense of Christianity and the Bible."  Dr. Bob McKibben

“Elgin Hushbeck has produced one of the best books available today to put into the hands of the educated skeptic. It is an excellent tool for tearing down honest intellectual barriers that keep people from a commitment to Christ.” –– Craig J. Hazen, Professor and Assistant Dean, School of Apologetics, Simon Greenleaf University

“Much is at stake today both in defending the Christian faith against its numerous detractors and in presenting its major truth claims to open-minded seekers. This timely book shows how Christianity is ‘rational, reasoned, and relevant,’ and does so without using distracting jargon. I highly recommend it.” –– David Alan Black, Author and Lecturer

The chapters dealing with science and religion “are some of the finest I have ever seen on this topic. Closely argued, deeply ined, highly sensitive to the issues. Publish the world needs you.” –– Dallas Willard, Professor and past Dirctor of the School of Philosophy, University of Southern California.

Christianity and Secularism

Consider Christianity Volume II

by Elgin L. Hushbeck, Jr.


This second volume of Consider Christianity continues where the first volume left off. If the Bible is reliable, what does that mean for our faith choices? What is the evidence for the major beliefs of Christianity, are they relevant, and what does that mean to you?

Chapter titles include: Introduction: The Secularization of Society; A Rose by any Other Name; Is That All There Is?; Christianity; The Church; Part II: Jesus Christ; Who Do You Say I Am?; Resurrection or Passover Plot?; and Is Christianity Relevant

Why Four Gospels: The Historical Origins of the Gospels by David Alan Black

Dr Black lays out the case for believing that Mathew was the first Gospel to be written, and probably before 44 A.D.  Luke was written second while Paul was in held in prison in Caesarea between 58 -60 AD.  Mark was third and based on a series of speeches given by Peter using both the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, and finally John written at the end of the century.  The book is written for laymen and not only lays out the case for the priority of Matthew, but also give a  clear insight on the development of the early church, the challenges it faced and how the Gospels were a response to those challenges.  For those wishing to go deeper, Dr Black has included an extensive bibliography.  Highly Recommended.

What's in a Version, by Henry Heufeld

Henry Heufeld writes about Bible Translations from his knowledge as a student of Biblical languages and his experience teaching them to laypeople and discussion them on the Internet.   What's in a Version? provides a basis for the lay student to understand how translations are made so they can understand the arguments and become confident of the Bible Version they choose for reading and study.

A Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity, by Lee Strobel

  Award-winning reporter and author Lee Strobel once again uses his investigative skills to address the primary objections to Christianity. As a er atheist, Strobel understands the rational resistance to faith.

A Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus, by Lee Strobel

  The Case for Christ records Lee Strobel's attempt to "determine if there's credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God." The book consists primarily of interviews between Strobel (a er legal editor at the Chicago Tribune) and biblical scholars such as Bruce Metzger. Each interview is based on a simple question, concerning historical evidence (for example, "Can the Biographies of Jesus Be Trusted?"), scientific evidence, ("Does Archaeology Confirm or Contradict Jesus' Biographies?"), and "psychiatric evidence" ("Was Jesus Crazy When He Claimed to Be the Son of God?"). Together, these interviews compose a case brief defending Jesus' divinity, and urging readers to reach a verdict of their own.

Inerrancy, ed by Norman Geisler

  Sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, this book is a
series of essays by fourteen leading evangelical scholars defending the inerrancy of the
Bible. Of particular interest is John W. Wenham essay on; Christ's View of Scripture.

Defending Your Faith, by Dan Story

 Defending Your Faith Designed to help Christians see that Christianity is a reasonable and
intelligent faith grounded on objective, verifiable evidence.

Christianity On The Offense, by Dan Story

 Christianity on the Offense Confirms the validity and necessity of absolute Truth an shows that any
Christian can learn how to defend their faith. Shows how Christianity is unique among the
world religions and that it rests on a firm foundation of objective facts that can be
tested and verified.

Engaging the Closed Minded, by Dan Story

  Presenting your faith to the confirmed unbeliever.

When Critics Ask, by Norman Geisler and Thomas Howe

  Clear and concise answers to every major Bible Difficulty from Genesis to
Revelation. Bolster your faith and boost your confidence in defending the truths of
Scripture against its critics and detractors.

When Skeptics Ask, by Norman Geisler and Ron Brooks

 When Skeptics Ask This book makes available to a wide audience answers to a wide variety of the classic objections raised against Christianity. It is particularly useful for those doing evangelism with high school and college students, as well as thinking laypersons.

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