Amazon #1 Apologetics Best-Seller
The gloves are off, and Christianity is fair game. This book shows you how to defend your faith with truth and love.
Perfect preparation for Home School studies and High School Students.
From seasoned professor and pastor, Bill Giovannetti, Four Letter Words shines a fresh light on the Bible’s most troubling topics. Whether you’re a pastor, layperson, student, parent or grandparent, this book is equips you to defend your faith in an increasingly intolerant culture. You’ll know WHAT you believe. You’ll know WHY you believe. And you’ll know what to say when you don’t know what to say. The book’s message is specially important for younger Christians in (or going into) college.
Who says your truth has to be my truth too? Can’t we both be right? What is truth and where can I find it?
How do we know what we know? Is faith a weak link in the Christian’s chain of knowing? Doesn’t science contradict the Bible?
- OUCH, part 1
Why is there pain and suffering in the world? Why does my life hurt? When will God stop the pain? What is he waiting for? This chapter explores the worldviews of Animism and Naturalism.
- OUCH, part 2
This chapter continues the problem of pain, and unravels the Inconsistent Triad. It compares the worldviews of Monism and Christianity. The reader is invited to offer a better answer to the problem of pain than that suggested by historic, biblical Christianity.
Do good and evil really exist? How do I tell the difference? How can you be so judgmental?
What makes the Bible so special? Isn’t it just one among many valid options? What about the Bible’s carnage and brutality?
Is hell real? Will God send people there? Why? How does hell square with God’s love? How does the Bible compare to the religions of the world?
Sexuality is a normal part of life. If we love each other, why wait? Wasn’t the Bible written for a different time and place? Why should we enforce its antiquated values today?
Christianity is a package deal—an interlocking system of truths; a singular worldview. Truth fuses with truth to create satisfying, beautiful whole. We can no more improve the gospel than we can alter Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony: all our improvements are corruptions. By comparison to Christianity, all competing truth-claims are fragmentary. This final chapter exhorts readers to earnestly contend for the faith precisely because that faith, as a whole, shows the face of Jesus to our hurting and seeking world.