• Why Believe?

  • A Reasoned Approach to Christianity
  • By: Neil Shenvi
  • Narrated by: Chris Fabry
  • Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For centuries, skeptics have disputed the claims of Christianity—such as belief in an eternal God and the resurrection of Jesus Christ—arguing that they simply cannot be accepted by reasonable individuals. Furthermore, efforts to demonstrate the evidence and rational basis for Christianity through apologetics are often deemed too simplistic to be taken seriously in intellectual circles.

Apologist and theoretical chemist Neil Shenvi engages some of the best contemporary arguments against Christianity, presenting compelling evidence for the identity of Jesus as portrayed in the Gospels, his death and resurrection, the existence of God, and the unique message of the gospel. Why Believe? calls listeners from all backgrounds not only to accept Christianity as true, but also to entrust their lives to Christ and worship him alone.

©2022 Neil Shenvi (P)2022 Crossway

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Good Introduction to Classical Apologetics

Neil Shenvi at his finest. A good book for high-school, college-age, and new Christians to introduce them to mainly to the classical school of Christian Apologetics, though some evidedentialist and even soft presuppositionalist approaches are used if not outrightly stated as such. Students of Craig and Sproul will find familiar ground tread here, and many already familiar with the subject will likely not find anything new per-say. Still, easy and accessible, which I believe is what Neil was going for in the first place.

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Excellent!

Intellectually stimulating and sometimes challenging., very thorough and insightful.
Excellent resource book!
I will be buying several for my skeptical, intellectual friends.

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