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Is Christmas Unbelievable? Four Questions Everyone Should Ask About the World's Most Famous Story PB

Is Christmas Unbelievable? Four Questions Everyone Should Ask About the World's Most Famous Story PB


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Publisher Good Book Company
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ISBN 9781784986407

Many people assume that the story of the baby in the manger at Bethlehem is just another made-up fantasy for kids. In this concise book, respected apologist Rebecca McLaughlin outlines the evidence that Jesus was a real person, explaining the reliability of the Bible’s accounts of his life and why believing in a virgin birth is not as ridiculous as it might sound.

This book shows that there is a rational basis for the belief that the world’s most famous story is fact, not fantasy—and how those events in history can infuse our lives today with meaning and joy.

 

Contents

  • Introduction
  • 1. Was Jesus Even a Real Person?
  • 2. Weren't the Gospels Made up Later?
  • 3. How Can You Believe in a Virgin Birth?
  • 4. Aren't We All Just Stories in the End?

Endorsements




Rico Tice

Founder, Christianity Explored Ministries

So many people have been shaken by the COVID pandemic; we’re fragile, not in control, often lonely or angry, and longing for a God to believe in. But we have to know it’s true, and that is why Rebecca McLaughlin’s little Christmas book is so timely. She tells the story of Christmas, gives the facts that ground it in history, defends the miraculous, and explains the relevance of it all.



Glen Scrivener

Director and Evangelist, SpeakLife

A joy to read, this could be the best gift your loved ones receive.



John Lennox

Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford; Author, Can Science Explain Everything?

This is the ideal book if you are a sceptic. Rebecca McLaughlin is very much in tune with the big questions many of us ask. She cuts her way through the common misconceptions surrounding the Christian message and demonstrates convincingly why the idea that God visited our planet is far from a Star Wars or Harry Potter fantasy.

 


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