Aftershock Paperback – 9 Jul 2004
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Mikey - The Scientist: He believes science has eliminated the need for religion. Why even bother with religion when science has answered where the world came from?
Pete - On the fence. What is so great about Christianity?
Andy - Why Christianity? Why not Islam or Buddism? They all lead to the same God, right?
Kate - If God is so powerful and loving, why do all the bad things in the world happen?
Susie - What's the big deal, anyway? Why should I have to change my life?
Anna - I used to be Christian, but I was leading a double life at Church and School, so I gave Christianity up. Should I go back?
These are the main viewpoints, in my memory. Some other questions answered in this book include whether the Bible can be trusted as a reliable source, why Christ died, why if he is so loving do people get sent to Hell?
This is a great book for the scientist inside you. It give crystal hard facts, and almost no Bible quoting, except when required. I may be Christian, but I find it difficult to read a book that is mainly opinions and Bible verses. But this book is nothing like that. Not only is it spiritually satisfying and answers many of your questions, but it is also wrapped in an enjoyable fiction. Read it today!Read more ›
Now I know that I am a Christian. I think the problem before was the people I was talking to. Their reasons for believing just didn't make sense. And it's not like I let Adrian Holloway off easy either, just because he'd got published - I went and checked out the sources and, would you believe it, I was left with only one logical outcome: Jesus lived and died to save us all.
This got me thinking. How many more people like me are there out there? People who don't know the truth yet? I feel a little like Dan at the moment.
Great book, 5 stars!
Dans' attempts to explain his new found faith to his skeptical friends provides a great platform for the author to explain the Christian faith in a palatable way. (The subject of Christian apologetics can be presented in boring ways. This book makes it very interesting).
Also, Dans' friends and relatives come at the subject from all sorts of standpoints as well. (Dans' sister, for instance, finds it hard to believe in an all loving God who allows evil in the world, whilst his friend Mike believes that science has explained God away).
Whatever your beliefs, whatever your background, whatever your age, give yourself a chance and read this book.
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A great followup for The Shock of Your Life. Both books present very thought provoking issues regarding life after death. My teenage daughters loved both books too. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Doccy D
Extremely happy with my purchase, came even earlier than expected.Published 23 months ago by Annie B
This is a great book for young people who want to know more about god. Great condition book and value for money.Published on 4 May 2014 by sally
I read this book a couple of years ago because I was interested in going to the Church in London where Adrian Holloway is part of the staff and I wanted to get a better insight... Read morePublished on 24 Sept. 2012 by anon
A really informative book on the arguments for and against Christianity.
Worth a read. So please do!