The Search for God

And the Path to Persuasion

By Peter May

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The Search for God provides a challenge to engage in reaching men and women with a reasoned faith that helps answer the difficult questions. Does life have a meaning? Does it matter what I do? Is there any real evidence for God? Are the New Testament documents authentic? And most urgently, how should it be communicated today?

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In a culture that seeks to privatise and relativise truth in matters of faith, Peter May makes a robust case for the role of persuasive evangelism. Grounded in a lifetime of biblical study and practical experience, The Search for God provides a challenge to enthusiastically engage in reaching Twenty First Century men and women with a reasoned faith that helps answer the difficult questions. Does life have a meaning? Does it matter what I do? Is there any real evidence for God? Are the New Testament documents authentic? Why and how did Christianity spread so rapidly in the ancient world? And most urgently, how should it be communicated today?

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Format Paperback
Imprint Malcolm Down Publishing
Publication Date 9 Feb 2016
ISBN 9781910786376

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Peter May has written an easy to read and persuasive case for belief in God and in Christ, arguing from history and logic, without resorting to circular arguments. Peter demonstrates the coherence of the Christian faith and, with illustrations from his own wide experience, demonstrates how this can be explained to others in an engaging way. Using rational arguments he shows the reasonableness of faith. This is not a new approach, though it does contain some fascinating new insights, but is one that the Church has often forgotten. The book should be a must-read for all Christians, and if taken seriously would radically change people's approach to explaining core Christian beliefs. Read it and find out!

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