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Doubter. Skeptic. Questioner.
Do these words describe you when it comes to issues like: The existence of Hell? The historical Adam? Whether or not Jesus is the only way to God?
The Counterpoints series was written with your questions in mind!
Dig into your doubt with these titles and more:
Four Views on Hell | With contributions John F. Walvoord, Zachary J. Hayes and Clark H. Pinnock and edited by William Crockett.
The authors meet this subject head-on with different views on what the Scriptures say. The interactive Counterpoints forum allows the reader to see the four views on hell—literal, metaphorical, conditional, and purgatorial—in interaction with each other. Each view in turn is presented, critiqued, and defended.
Genesis: History, Fiction, or Neither? | With contributions by James K. Hoffmeier, Gordon John Wenham, Kenton Sparks and edited by Charles Halton.
There is little doubt that in recent years the nature of the Genesis narrative has sparked much debate among Christians. This Counterpoints volume introduces three predominant interpretive genres and their implications for biblical understanding - Theological History, Proto-History and Ancient Historiography. Each contributor identifies their position on the genre of Genesis 1-11, addressing why it is appropriate to the text, and contributes examples of its application to a variety of passages.
Three Views on Creation and Evolution | With contributions by Paul Nelson, Robert C. Newman, Howard J. Van Till and edited by J. P. Moreland and John Mark Reynolds.
For Christians, the issues raised by the different views on creation and evolution are challenging. Three Views on Creation and Evolution looks at three dominant schools of Christian thought: proponents of young earth creationism, old earth creationism, and theistic evolution each present their different views, tell why the controversy is important, and describe the interplay between their understandings of science and theology. Each view is critiqued by various scholars, and the entire discussion is summarized by the editors.
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