The Case for the Reasonableness of Faith, based on the classic bestseller.Almost a hundred years ago, successful business leader Robert A. Laidlaw wrote a small book, The Reason Why, to explain in a thoughtful and accessible way why he was convinced that faith in God makes sense. He printed the book primarily for his large staff of employees, but it quickly took on a life of its own—and over time fifty million copies were printed of his powerful and winsome work.
Mark Mittelberg has updated and expanded Laidlaw’s discussion of this perennial topic for the twenty-first century. In addition, he highlights some of the more recent evidence relating to these themes.
Have you ever wondered:
Is there a God?
Can the Bible be trusted?
Are we accountable to God?
Whether you’ve asked these questions yourself or have friends who have asked them, you will want to pick up this succinct book of timeless spiritual wisdom, reworked by Mittelberg for a new generation.
Everyone wants to believe in something beyond or someone bigger than themselves, but nobody wants to be duped. In order to provide answers to people who are seeking the truth, Mark Mittelberg updates for today the classic book by Robert Laidlaw that sold millions, The Reason Why. This short book gives clear, concise reasons why belief in God makes sense.
Haven't read it..... but the idea of making palatable what has become so hard to chew by the secular is very appealing. I live a life of "on the edge".. the majority of my social life is with the "unsaved" ... for many many years. If nothing else , the consistent belief in my life will be a testimony to them. I live a life of "touchable and touching" and have come up with numerous alternate expressions and formats to impact or influence without "dumping" the overused and seemingly stale words. Best wishes to Mark Mittleberg. Ken