Blessed Assurance? A Demonstration That Christian Fundamentalism Is Simply False

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Lulu.com, 2007 - 224 pages
Christians defend the bible while critics assert that it's a fallible collection of human writings. Both sides often discuss the matter as if it has reached an irresolvable dead end. But is that true? Does the fact that some people continue to believe the bible mean that it hasn't been demonstrated with certainty that it's not a revelation from God? In "Blessed Assurance" Mike Tenenbaum presents a clear and direct case proving that the bible undeniably contradicts itself, and that the central doctrines of Christianity such as the Trinity and salvation are not profound truths from God; He show's they're clearly incoherent at their core. "Blessed Assurance" shows that biblical Christianity is not true. Mike Tenenbaum was a Christian for 20 years. He taught bible studies, was a church leader and was respected for his biblical, theological, and apologetic knowledge. In this book, he shares those things which compelled him to realize that Christianity is false.
 

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I give it one star for it being well written from a textual perspective and one star because of the love of the one who taught him to write. This book was written during a troubled time in this young mans life and I pray no one who reads it will leave their faith but come away with a stronger resolve to follow Jesus Christ. Anything can be argued and proven to be true or false . Words can be put together to cast doubt and there are a lot of things not told to all, Matt 13:11, but the only way to know to truly know is to trust. Trust that He is who He says He is and He will do what He says He will do in His word. The word of God is alive and therefore whatever version you choose He will speak to you from. You will hear with your spirit , and you will hear the truth.  

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