You can enjoy a robust faith - one you can share with skeptical friends - by learning the "Twenty Arrows of Truth," including evidence from science, logic, history, archaeology, the Bible, and more. Experience a confident faith - today!
In Confident Faith, Mark Mittelberg assures Christians that we can be confident in our beliefs. There’s no reason to be timid about what we believe, because our beliefs can stand up to the test. Truth isn’t dependent on how a person feels or one’s own point of view, as so many assert. On the contrary, we can determine truth through our five senses, and that truth reliably points to a deeper and unseen reality.
Mark walks readers through twenty arrows that point towards Christian beliefs: from the intricate design of the universe to archaeological proofs, from the consistent testimony of changed lives to the reliability of the ancient documents of the Bible. After studying these arrows, you’ll put this book down with a renewed confidence in what you believe and why it matters for eternity.
This may well be the most important book you read this year!
– Lee Strobel, Bestselling author of The Case For Christ
Marc has emerged as a well-reasoned voice in the conversation about faith.
– Max Lucado, Bestselling author of Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine
Mark guides us into understanding the importance of knowing why we believe what we do.
– Dan Kimball, Author of Adventures in Churchland: Finding Jesus in the Mess of Organized Religion
About the Author
Mark Mittelberg is an author, speaker, and evangelism strategist. He is coauthor with Bill Hybels of Becoming a Contagious Christian and coauthor with Bill Hybels and Lee Strobel of the Becoming a Contagious Christian curriculum. He previously served as evangelism leader for the Willow Creek Association.
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