Author: Drs Steve Kumar, Jonathan D Sarfati
Format: Soft cover
Audience: High School–Adult
Retail Price: $17
Looking for the perfect book to place in the hands of a skeptical friend or co-worker? Wishing you had answers to tough questions people are raising about the viability of Christianity? Christianity For Skeptics attempts to provide a basis for belief by enlisting scholars--both Christian and non-Christian--who have come to the conclusion that there is a strong argument and basis for belief in God and in Christianity. Dr. Kumar and Sarfati respond to questions often asked by skeptics such as:
Does God exist?
If there is a God, why is there evil?
Is atheism rational?
Is the Bible the word of God?
While Creation Ministries International is officially a Bible/Christ-centred ministry, with its main focus on creation, this is the first time we have published a book defending Christianity in general, and answering attacks from many directions. This classic by a leading Christian apologist from New Zealand has been considerably updated with assistance from our own Dr. Jonathan Sarfati. It now also contains cutting edge material on design in nature and the Christian roots of science, and with its modern, catchy full color cartoon-style illustrations it is a real ‘pick me up and read me’ type book.
About the Author:
Dr Jonathan D. Sarfati
is a renowned creationist, physical chemist, spectroscopist, and chess master. He is most famous for taking an uncompromising stance on the origins of the universe, the earth, and life, and defending Scripture in a straightforward manner against any attempt to "reconcile" it with "scientific data" that contradict it. Since 1996 he has been employed as a research scientist and editorial consultant for Creation Ministries International
. He was born in Ararat, Australia in 1964. He moved to New Zealand as a child and received his early education there. He graduated from Victoria University of Wellington with a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry with two physics papers substituted, and a Ph.D. in Chemistry, based on his thesis: A Spectroscopic Study of some Chalcogenide Ring and Cage Molecules. He has also had papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals including co-authoring in the journal Nature on high-temperature superconductors in 1987.