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Another free book in Kindle format: “Evidence Unseen: Exposing the Myth of Blind Faith” by James Rochford

September 25, 2014

Tonight I wanted to mention an apologetics-themed free Kindle book: Evidence Unseen: Exposing the Myth of Blind Faith by James Rochford.  James Rochford has a bachelor s degree in English from The Ohio State University, and he is currently completing a master s degree in Christian Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He serves in Xenos Christian Fellowship as a sphere leader in their growing college ministry, where he teaches classes in theology, apologetics, and Christian studies, as well as providing weekly expository Bible teaching.

The Amazon notes say:

As Christians, we shouldn’t be defensive about our beliefs, but we should learn to intelligently defend our faith to those around us. In Evidence Unseen, James Rochford offers accessible and careful thinking on the current popular attacks against the Christian worldview. In Evidence Unseen, you will find:
• Solid evidence for why belief in God is both reasonable and logical for thinking people today.
• A response to the New Atheism (e.g. Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens).
• Counterarguments to the claims of popular biblical critics (e.g. Bart Ehrman, Elaine Pagels, etc.).
• How biblical prophecy predicted Jesus of Nazareth centuries in advance.
What Christians need today in apologetics is clarity and accessibility. With simple and direct language, clever illustrations, and a down to earth approach, this is the book to give to a spiritual seeker or a skeptic; a doubting Christian or to study in a small group.

As you can see, this is indeed a book that could be useful for situations we may encounter in this day and age, and I think it would certainly be worth looking at Evidence Unseen: Exposing the Myth of Blind Faith.

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