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Unraveling the Big Questions About God

by Boa, Kenneth

Condition: Very Good


Grand Rapids, MI, U.S.A.: Zondervan Publishing House (Lamplighter Books), 1988. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-3/8" x 8". PB, 191 pp., Very Good. Bright, tight copy. Pages clean & unmarked. Front cover has been slightly bent at top edge near spine. Minor defect to spine surface. A previous edition of this book was titled, "God, I Don't Understand." "In examining the paradoxical questions we have about God, Dr. Boa provides much good Bible teaching to nurture the questioning Christian's faith. Instead of the glib answers that many books are so quick to give...[this book] starts the reader on the path to finding real answers, satisfying answers. More than 30 charts & diagrams help to make author Boa's arguments clear." The author has been a teacher & writer for The King's College, Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, & Search Ministries.Highly recommended..


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