Item description for Choosing Your Faith: In a World of Spiritual Options by Mark Mittelberg & Lee Strobel...
Overview Mittelberg encourages readers, as Socrates did, not to lead an unexamined life. The author invites Christians and seekers alike to examine why they believe what they believe.
Publishers Description In a world of spiritual options, people constantly tell us what to believe. Yet, while we hear these pleas, we're already functioning with existing beliefs--even if they are beliefs by default. So how do we choose what to believe--especially in the area of faith? Do we need to choose? In "Choosing Your Faith, " Mark Mittelberg encourages us, as Socrates does, not to lead an unexamined life. He invites us to examine why we believe what we believe. This examination will resonate with Christians and seekers alike.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.68" Width: 5.94" Height: 1.03" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1414315791 ISBN13 9781414315799
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More About Mark Mittelberg & Lee Strobel
Mark Mittelberg is a leading evangelism strategist. He is the author of "Choosing Your Faith," coauthor (with Lee Strobel) of "The Unexpected Adventure, " and coauthor (with Bill Hybels and Lee Strobel) of the "Becoming a Contagious Christian" curriculum. He previously served as the evangelism director for Willow Creek Community Church and the Willow Creek Association. Mark earned a Master's Degree in Philosophy of Religion from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Heidi, and their two teenage children. ""
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Choosing Your Faith - Add This One To Your Library Now! Feb 21, 2008
Just when I thought we didn't need another book on comparative faith systems and Christian apologetics, here comes Mark Mittelberg and "Choosing Your Faith." I'm pumped! This is truly the book we needed to bridge the intellectual scholarship of apologists such as Craig, Geisler, and Habermas with the postmodern seeker looking for genuine connection. This is apologetics with authentic heart! This is experiential worldview application, rather than mere truth and logic. I heartily congratulate Mark on a fantastic book - I read it earlier this week and already built some of the principles into a college "Comparative Worldviews" class I taught last night. Even if you library is packed with the best in Christian apologetics and Christian worldview, add just one more - "Choosing Your Faith" by Mark Mittelberg! Randall Niles