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Confronting Christianity

CONFRONTING CHRISTIANITY COMMUNITY GROUP

If you're exploring Christianity we would love to walk with you as you ask tough questions and look for solid answers. Join our community group for the curious and the skeptical and anyone who doesn't consider themselves a Christian. 

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Our Confronting Christianity Group meets virtually for now. We discuss topics from Rebecca McLaughlin's recent book, Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion. If you inquire to join, we would love to share a free copy of the book with you. 

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Together we aim for honest conversation about the doubts and objections that can make belief in Christianity difficult. We also want to help you see how the claims of Jesus can meet those objections and make sense of the world. We'll explore such topics as the problem of evil and suffering, the relationship between science and faith, the exclusivity of Christianity, the checkered history of the church and Christians, the question of how to interpret the Bible, and others (see the table of contents here).

If you know someone who is asking questions about Christianity, invite them join and together we will explore Christianity. 

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ABOUT THE BOOK

"Christianity in our time with unflinching honesty, rigorous clarity, and deep compassion. This book is written not merely for skeptics but also for those who have suffered much in this sin-sick, destructive world. It is brimming with hope and will surprise you—and likely change the way you think about Jesus.”
—Jon Bloom, Cofounder, Desiring God; author, Not by Sight

“What Christianity has to offer the world is bound up in its strangeness. Only a distinctive word can be truly good news in a world like this. In a secularizing age, though, Christianity is often not simply odd to the world but also unexplained and seemingly inexplicable. In this book, Rebecca McLaughlin takes seriously both the Bible and the questions of nonbelievers. If you’re a non-Christian and have wondered why Christians think and do as they do, this book will be a good start to exploring those questions. If you’re a believer, this book will not only equip you intellectually but also call you to compassion and empathy for your questioning, unbelieving neighbor, as well as prepare you to bear witness to the Light that has come into the world.
—Russell Moore, President, The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention


“A fresh voice, arresting arguments, and an easy-to-read style. McLaughlin writes for curious thinkers everywhere and handsomely repays the open-minded reader.”
—Os Guinness, author, The Call