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Stand to Reason
Why Good Arguments Often Fail: Making a More Persuasive Case for Christ
James W. Sire
Why is it that solid, rational arguments for the Christian faith often fail? How can we make our arguments better?
Sometimes the problem has to do with us and not the arguments. Our arrogance, aggressiveness or cleverness gets in the way, or we misread our audience. Sometimes the problem lies with the hearers. Their worldview or moral blindness keeps them from hearing and understanding the truth.
With wisdom borne of both formal and informal experience, Sire grapples with these issues and offers practical insight into making a more persuasive case for Christ.
Includes an annotated bibliography of resources for framing effective arguments.
Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
Decision Making and the Will of God
Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology
A Reasonable Response: Answers to Tough Questions on God, Christianity, and the Bible
Paperback & Companion CD:
The Francis A. Schaeffer Trilogy: Three Essential Books in One Volume
The Case for Christ/The Case for Faith: Student Edition Leader's Guide
The Ambassador's Guide to Pluralism
The First Christmas: The True and Unfamiliar Story