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More reasons for the Christian religion, and no reason against it

Richard Baxter

More reasons for the Christian religion, and no reason against it

or, a second appendix to the Reasons of the Christian religion : being I. an answer to a letter from an unknown person, charging the holy scriptures with contradictions. II. some animadversions on a tractate De veritate, written by the noble and learned Lord Edward Herbert,Baron of Chizbury, &c. and printed at Paris 1624. And at London 1633. Resolving twelve questions about Christianity

by Richard Baxter

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Published by Printed for Nevil Simmons in London .
Written in English

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  • Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, -- Baron, -- 1583-1648.

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    Statementby Richard Baxter.
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    Open LibraryOL21085203M

      No one comes to the Father except through me” (John ). A Christian has accepted Truth, not just as a concept, but as a Person. This acknowledgment of Truth distances the Christian from the so-called “open-mindedness” of the day. The Christian has publicly acknowledged that Jesus rose from the dead (Romans ). Some people mean no more by it than a person who attempts to live a good life. In that sense I suppose there would be Christians in all sects and creeds; but I do not think that that is the proper sense of the word, if only because it would imply that all the people who are not Christians—all the Buddhists, Confucians, Mohammedans, and so on.

      7) ous leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. led the desegregation movement, but it’s also important to note that the pro-segregation movement was also conceived as a Christian one.   We need more of “God gave you to me and I am doing my best to honor that gift by raising you well.” We need less of “God says to obey me, and you are disobeying God.” Related: Seven Reasons Why Young Adults Quit Church – by Christian Piatt. 2) The parents seem to be afraid of the world, instead of empowered to live in it.

      6 reasons religion may do more harm than good This pits them against change in a never-ending battle that consumes public energy and slows creative problem solving. Christianity—any.   Here Are the 3 Underground Reasons Why Christians Don’t Agree about Everything in the Bible 1. Reason #1 – Beware of Chameleon Christians. Chameleons are a special species of lizards that can survive in many areas. One of their distinct capabilities is their ability to change color.


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There is clear evidence that Christianity has evolved as human understanding of the world has changed whilst a real, God-given religion, should never need to change.

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It explains how the Christian view of reality contrasts with some of the more popular religious notions in our culture today.

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But as time passes and I learn more and more about these subjects, I find that my basic issues with religion in general, and Christianity in particular, have not evolved to more abstract ontological questions, but have rather crystallized my inability to reconcile even the most basic and fundamental principles of Christian faith.

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Biblical Reasons (2) 8. Historical Reasons (1) 9. More or less. No matter if you are a good person, or are equally devout in another faith. The religion you have as an adult is hugely dependent on the time and place of your birth. If God chose to have you born today to a poor family in India, your chances of converting to christianity to be saved are near zero.

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David Fitzgerald, author of Nailed, Jesus: Mything in Action, and The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion. "The Case against Miracles is a must read go-to book for showing the key flaws in the arguments Christian apologists use to convince people that miracles are real.

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