Where does a new believer turn to find truth? The Christian narrative today has morphed into a fluid and philosophical commentary centered around social injustices and motivational messages that rarely align with the gospel that Jesus preached. Sin is ignored and repentance is avoided by those who over exaggerate grace and diminish the holiness of God by suggesting he accepts us whether we are faithful to him or not. In a knee jerk response to the strict religious shackles of the early church many of today’s preachers bask in the hyper-sensitivity that accompanies the “cancel culture” that proclaims it will not be judged. In The Gospel Truth, Bezan has endeavored to dissect prominent Christian religious denominations in order to expose their internal theologies and scrutinize the details of their doctrine under the litmus test of scripture. He offers legitimate discernment to differentiate between truth and almost truth and conveys an intelligible recognition of the genuine vs the counterfeit in a detailed and comprehensive assessment that leaves the reader judiciously satisfied. We have an opportunity in this life to sincerely contemplate the things of God. We are provided with a window in time to question the hidden mysteries of scripture and truly discover who God is. The good news is that God has provided a path to salvation through Jesus Christ and the gospel contains the truths that solve the mysteries that have eluded men for millennia.
Does God exist? The oldest and most fundamental question mankind has asked. Is there any evidence of a divine Creator? Haden gives eight reasons to believe in God in this short e-booklet. In an age of growing skepticism, where 70% of teens walk away from their faith, it is passed time that Christians understand the reasons for their faith. Faith is not blind. There are good reasons to believe in God. Learn some of those reasons today and become a better defender of your faith.
1. Aquinas’ Five Ways
2. The Kalam Cosmological Argument
3. The Fine-Tuning Argument
4. The Moral Argument
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About the Author
Haden Clark lives in North Texas with his two dogs, Andy and Arlo. He is soon to be married to his beautiful fiancee, Jamie. He enjoys reading, writing, exercising, and playing guitar. Haden holds a Masters Degree in Theological Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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