By Darek Isaacs

The identify query is requested of many first - 12 months seminary scholars. it really is some of the most vital non secular questions of all time. This publication solutions the query definitively. The reader might be surprised to find how transparent the reply has regularly been. Darek Isaacs engages the reader in a enjoyable riddle that he makes use of as a important anecdote. He exhibits how the Lord has outfitted us to determine the facts of His life. The reader's religion can be reinforced as he sees how good judgment is at the part of the believer. within the procedure, Darek exposes the foolishness of secular international philosophies which are deceiving such a lot of buyers. This exciting booklet is for younger Christians, Christian mom and dad who're fascinated by their young children being prompted by means of secular forces, and evangelists and apologists of all kinds.

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