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Why am I a Christian?.
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This is a famous but very controversial piece by Bertrand Russell. It was a lecture delivered in at National Secular Society, London. Later in it was part of a book with the same title and reached international fame. He examines one by one several highly regarded arguments for the existenc /5(). Rather, it's a mere summary of the four most important reasons I am not a Christian. This is only the beginning of the story, not the whole of it.[ 1 ] That's what John asked for: a simple but well-written explanation of why I am not a Christian.
I watched Christian TV and enjoyed listening to televangelists preach; I read Christian books and magazines – especially about biblical prophecies, spiritual/supernatural/near death experiences and the end of the world, I especially liked Rick Joyner’s book The Final Quest and was terrified by Mary K. Baxter’s book A Divine Revelation of Hell. WHY I AM A CHRISTIAN by Dr. Warren F. Larson. There are three reasons why the author is a Christian and why he feels he made the right choice. These are rooted in the first book of the Bible and traceable throughout its entirety.
In “Why I Am Not A Christian”, Russell proceeds to critique each of these arguments. None of them escape his scathing scrutiny. Of the argument from the First Cause, Russell remarks that, if everything must have a cause, then God cannot be the uncaused cause by those following in the intellectual lineage of Aquinas. Five Reasons Why I Am A Christian I think it is of dire importance that everyone, not just Christians, know why they believe what they believe. Often, when faced with defending one’s beliefs people begin to grab for ideas from thin air.
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Why I am a Christian is easy to read and presents the essentials of Christianity clearly. The book can be read devotionally by Christians with much profit. It can also be given as a gift to non-Christians interested in learning about Christianity.
(John E. Shaffett for The Christian Librarian, Volume)/5(47). In If I'm a Christian, Why am I Depressed. you will find not only the author's testimony but also those of others who have struggled with depression and through prayer and biblical counseling have overcome by embracing Christ's healing love.
Robert B. Somerville is a professor of Biblical Counseling at The Master's College in Santa Clarita /5(26). Why I Am a Christian offers compelling answers that will free Christians from doubt and clear away obstacles to faith for unbelievers.
Beginning with the topics of moral relativism and knowable truth, the book progresses to questions about belief in God, the reliability of the Bible, and the identity of Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God.4/5(2).
Good little apologetic book by one of the most prominent evangelicals at the turn of the twentieth century, John Stott. Inthe atheist Bertrand Russell, gave speeches that become his book "Why I am Not a Christian", while Stott's "Why /5.
Why I Am Not a Calvinist is a must-read for all who struggle with the limitations of this dominant perspective within evangelical theology. Author Bio Jerry L. Walls is professor of philosophy of religion at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky/5(11). Why I Am Not a Christian by Bertrand Russell Why I Am Not a Christian is a very representative book of essays of the great British philosopher and man of many talents, Bertrand Russell ( - ).
This book includes the following essays: 1. Why I AM Not A Christian, 2. Am I An Atheist Or An Agnostic?, 3. My Religious Reminiscences, /5. As your Chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is "Why I Am Not a Christian." Perhaps it would be as well, first of all, to try to make out what one means by the word Christian.
It is used these days in a very loose sense by a great Why am I a Christian?. book people. Some people mean no more by it than a person whoFile Size: 68KB. Buy a cheap copy of Why I Am Not a Christian and Other book by Bertrand Russell.
Dedicated as few men have been to the life of reason, Bertrand Russell has always been concerned with the basic questions to which religion also addresses itself - Cited by: The Christian’s unhappiness, discontentment, and view of God are directly linked.
Discontentment screams, “You deserve better!” and whispers, “God is not giving you what you deserve.” The former screams are blatantly false, but the latter whispers are profoundly true. Satan is the master of mixing lies with truths.
Why I Am Not A Christian I just now – fifteen minutes ago – came to realize with the most crystal clarity I have ever had why I cannot call myself a Christian.
Of course, as most of you know, I have not called myself a Christian publicly for a very long time, twenty years or so I suppose. Inthe famed British philosopher Bertrand Russell wrote an essay entitled, “Why I Am Not a Christian.” Russell’s essay inspired the title of this post.
By “Christian,” I mean someone who has trusted their life to Jesus Christ as Crucified Savior and Resurrected Lord and seeks to follow Him each day.
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As your Chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is ‘Why I am not a Christian’. Perhaps it would be as well, first of all, to try to make out what one means by the word ‘Christian’. It is used these days in a.
Why I Am a Christian. I've always believed in God. My parents told me about God when I was three or four, and I remember being very excited and happy to find out that God made the world and that God was love.
As I grew up, my parents made me go to church, but aside from learning the standard Bible stories and basic Christian doctrine I didn't. Why I Am Not a Christian () Keith M.
Parsons. This essay was originally published for the Atlanta Freethought Society in Reprinted with permission. Introduction Why I Am Not a Christian 1.
The Sins of Christianity 2. Kreeft and Tacelli on Hell 3. The Historicity of the Gospels The Gospels Were Written by Persons Unknown (Not Eyewitnesses).
Why I Am Not a Christian is a collection of essays by one of the twentieth centuries most celebrated philosophers. To judge this book by its provocative title would be a mistake as it would deny you the treasures within.
Why I Am Not a Christian is not what I expected and was full of surprises. For several reasons. Why I am not Impressed by Bertrand Russell’s “Why I am not a Christian” from a talk given to the ODFR at Carnegie-Mellon University by David Snoke In the spirit of this forum, let me start by saying a few remarks about myself and my personal journey to faith.
I was not raised in a Christian home, except in Russell’s “geographical. I read this book when I was 19 after having been educated and brainwashed by Catholicism.
That was in and I am a much happier person for it. The older I get the more I appreciate my decision. Review: Why I Am Not a Christian & Other Essays on Religion & Related Subjects User Review - Jed /5(11).
Why I am a Christian is easy to read and presents the essentials of Christianity clearly. The book can be read devotionally by Christians with much profit.
It can also be given as a gift to non-Christians interested in learning about Christianity. Bertrand Russell: Why I Am Not a Christian: Summary and Comments.
Posted on 14 September by Mark R. Kelly. This is a famous essay/lecture by one of the 20 th century’s most influential philosophers. I first read the book containing this essay inwhen I was 23; I was thrilled to find someone so eminent unapologetically spell out the.
Why I am a Christian offers compelling answers that will free Christians from doubt and clear away obstacles to faith for unbelievers. Beginning with the topics of moral relativism and knowable truth, the book progresses to questions about belief in God, the reliability of the Bible, and the identity of Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God.Why am I a Christian?
A question like that can get an answer on more than one level. Human beings are complex, and life is complex. There’s my family and cultural history. There’s my understanding of Christianity now, and the reasons why I now find it more intellectually and emotionally satisfying than any of the alternatives.
Other titles include The Cross of Christ, Understanding the Bible, The Contemporary Christian, Evangelical Truth, Issues Facing Christians Today, The Incomparable Christ, Why I Am a Christian and Through the Bible Through the Year, a daily devotional. He has also written eight volumes in The Bible Speaks Today series of New Testament expositions.