How do you Know? - simplified

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How do you Know? - simplified;求真求证-简体;

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How do you Know?

285 pp.

Seeking Truth and Proof is a book that seeks to answer the questions that believers and non-believers often ask about the existence of God and the truth of the Bible.

- How do we know that God exists?
- If God is good and all-powerful, why is there suffering and evil in the world?
- How do you know that God created the world? How do you explain apes and dinosaurs?
- How do you explain aliens?
- Why is the God of the Bible the only true God?
- How do we know that the Bible speaks the truth?
- Did Jesus really rise from the dead?

       The book is divided into 36 small chapters, each exploring one question or piece of evidence. Each chapter can be read independently, but together they reveal the existence of God, the Bible as divine revelation, and the truth of the Christian faith in its entirety.
The book begins by exploring the scientific evidence that life is created and not evolved. It then explores how suffering originated with the fall of man and God's curse on the world. This will involve the true history of the earth, including fossils and radioactive dating such as carbon-14. The book will explain the geological record in terms of Noah's global flood.
        Next, the book will review the history of God's chosen people, the Jews, and thus recognize that the history of the Bible is accurate. The book also contains a selection of fulfilled prophecies concerning the Jews. Later, the book lists prophecies about other nations. These fulfilled prophecies show that the Bible was inspired by God. The dating of the biblical codices is also explored.
       Finally, the focus shifts to the New Testament. The book will examine the life, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We will see that many of these historical details were foretold hundreds of years before they occurred. This section will also clearly explain the Gospel.
This book is for unbelievers who are catechizing, believers who have doubts, teachers and children in Sunday school and home school, and for believers who want to equip themselves to be better evangelists.

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