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Seven Reasons to (Re)Consider Christianity

Examine the evidence for Christianity and why it is worth considering.

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Many people assume that Christianity is simply a nice story for kids, a comforting crutch to lean on, or completely out of touch with modern life.

In this warm, honest book, Ben Shaw invites sceptical readers to think again. He outlines seven reasons why Christianity is worth considering—or reconsidering—not least because it offers some thought-provoking and rational answers to our deepest questions.

Ben Shaw was brought up in a non-Christian home and held many of the common objections to faith himself. He writes with warmth and empathy to encourage readers to investigate the person of Jesus and decide for themselves whether Christianity has credible answers to the meaning of life.

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Contents

Introduction
1. Because It’s Worth Thinking Through What Life Is Really All About
2. Because the Christian Faith Is More Intellectually Credible Than You Think
3. Because Christianity Is About Life to the Fullest
4. Because Christianity Gives a Compelling Assessment of What’s Wrong With the World
5. Because Jesus Is Arguably the Most Influential Person Who Has Ever Lived
6. Because the Death of Jesus Is Actually Surprisingly Good News for You
7. Because If Jesus Really Did Rise From the Dead, Then It Confirms Everything
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Weight 0.187 kg
Dimensions 19.81 × 12.95 × 1.27 cm
Book Author/s

Ben Shaw

Format

ISBN

9781784986346

Language

Pages

144

Publisher

About the Author
Ben Shaw

Ben Shaw

Ben began adult life as a full-time musician before completing a B.Th (hons) at Moore College, Sydney, Australia. He went on to become a minister in Sydney and then in Wimbledon, London, UK. He was the Senior Minister of the Boathouse Church, Putney for seven years until cancer forced him into early retirement. Ben had a keen interest in early Christianity and the history of Biblical manuscripts in particular. In 2012 he spent a week digging with the Bethsaida Excavations Project in Bethsaida, Galilee. Through all this, Ben maintained a deep love of all sports and was faithfully supported by his high-achieving wife, Karen. Ben passed away in 2021 after a battle with cancer.
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