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1 Sahil Badruddin = ""Followers of Jesus need not fear hard questions or objections against Christian belief. In A Reasonable Response, renowned Christian philosopher and apologist William Lane Craig offers dozens of examples of how some of the most common challenges to Christian thought can be addressed, including:Why does God allow evil?How can I be sure God exists?Why should I believe that the Bible is trustworthy?How does modern science relate to the Christian worldview?What evidence do we have that Jesus rose from the dead?Utilizing real questions submitted to his popular website ReasonableFaith.org, Dr. Craig models well-reasoned, skillful, and biblically informed interaction with his inquirers. A Reasonable Response goes beyond merely talking about apologetics to showing it in action. With cowriter Joseph E. Gorra, this book also offers advice about envisioning and practicing the ministry of answering people's questions through the local church, workplace, and in online environments.Whether you're struggling to respond to tough objections or looking for answers to your own intellectual questions, A Reasonable Response will equip you with sound reasoning and biblical truth.Table of Contents:IntroductionChapter 1: On Believing and KnowingChapter 2: On Argumentation and LogicChapter 3: On the Basis for Objective MoralityChapter 4: On the Authority of ScriptureChapter 5: On the Existience of GodChapter 6: On the TrinityChapter 7: On Divine AttributesChapter 8: On the Origins of the UniverseChapter 9: God and TimeChapter 10: On Atheism and Meaning in LifeChapter 11: On Theology and ScienceChapter 12: On the Afterlife, Hell, and the UnevangelizedChapter 13: On the Problem of EvilChapter 14: On JesusChapter 15: On Discipleship to JesusChapter 16: On Social-Moral IssuesChapter 17: On Practical AdviceConclusionAppendix 1: Tips On Using The Book for Small Group StudyAppendix 2: On Fostering Question-Asking, Answer-Seeking EnvironmentsAppendix 3: Civility Guidelines for (Online) "Third Places"""