Item description for Conversations with an Atheist: A Christian's Perspective on Life's Most Important Questions by Janina Balabat...
Overview Author Janina Balabat presents powerful evidence and reasoning, based on Scripture, that God exists and is active and alive today. Janina asks the atheist, "Dear Atheist":
Can you tell me why men are born?Don't you think that there must be some secret to life?Do you not think that an invisible power ought to be at work?Don't you think that there must be someone who wants this planet to be full of life and activity?
Janina's unique approach to convincing the atheist that God is real will challenge the reader to think, consider, and ponder the mysteries of life and how life itself was created. It will challenge you to step into a level of faith where God is more real and alive and active than ever.
You will become more convinced than ever (even if you already know God) that He not only lives, but He lives as sovereign, for all eternity!
Publishers Description Author Janina Balabat presents powerful evidence and reasoning, based on Scripture, that God exists and is active and alive today. Janina's unique approach to convincing unbelievers that God is real will challenge the reader to think, consider, and ponder the mysteries of life and how life itself was created. It will challenge you to step into a level of faith that God is more real and alive and active than ever and that He not only lives, but He lives as sovereign, for all eternity
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Studio: Creation House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.85" Width: 6.09" Height: 1.02" Weight: 1.56 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2008
Publisher Creation House
ISBN 1599792664 ISBN13 9781599792668
Availability 0 units.
More About Janina Balabat
Janina Balabat, a native of Poland, moved to San Francisco more than 30 years ago and began work as an accountant. Her husband, Paul, encouraged her to write this book before he went home to be with the Lord. Janina's hope is that all will come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and will see proof of the Creator's handiwork in the natural world.
Janina Balabat currently resides in Burlingame, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Conversations With An Atheist?
Monologue, Not Conversation Jan 3, 2009
Co-publishing books may or may not have a future. This is one such effort and it is the full "testimony" of the author as a fervent believer. One imagines her sources were several years of Sunday School lessons. Her accounting background provided her with almost no background or scholarship, pro or con, related to the Bible and none at all wtih regard to atheism. The book title surely arose from a marketing conference wherein a bright lad or lass suggested using "atheism" in the title as it would make great sense as it is the hot issue in religious publishing! One can sympathize in the loss of the author's husband. But both believers and unbelievers should feel embarassed at 1. the notion/gimmick that the Bible is the Written Constitution of God and that the "Atheist" of the book title is talking about "Nature." One must search further than the General Store and the "feller" in front of the pot-belly stove to have a real "conversation with an atheist!" My copy of this book was also mailed by the author to a friend of mine.
A book without a real conversation Jan 2, 2009
I received this book from the author, with the intent to convert. The Atheist she had conversations with is imaginary. Although it is written with ferver, most christians and non-christians will be disappointed at her lack of scientific knowledge and her belief in biblical inerrancy. She uses the bible as proof - but does not first convince the reader of it's absolute truth. If you are looking for inspiration for academic discussions - don't by this book! If you believe the Bible has no contradictions and want support for your beliefs- then you might enjoy it. As a Humanist and scientist, I could not endure more than the first chapter.