If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption




      If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption
A profound, quirky and amusing take on life s biggest questions.People encounter truth by sharing stories and asking questions Andrew Wilson asks nine big questions about truth, origins and redemption, and wonders aloud about the possible answers, representing a new fresh way of communicating the gospel. New Download [ If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption ] By [ Andrew Wilson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Andrew is Teaching Pastor at King s Church London, and has theology degrees from Cambridge MA , London School of Theology MTh , and King s College London PhD He is a columnist for Christianity Today, and has written several books, including Echoes of Exodus Crossway, 2018 and Spirit and Sacrament An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship Zondervan, 2018.

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption
  • Andrew Wilson
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 1844745694

10 thoughts on “ If God Then What: Wondering Aloud About Truth, Origins & Redemption

  1. Rebecca Jane Brown says:

    I find it hard to write reviews for Christian books I read, because I always factor in my own personal journey into how I respond to the books themselves So perhaps my reviews aren t as accurate as the other books I talk about on here.Overall, from my personal perspective on this part of my faith journ...

  2. Harriet says:

    This is a really good apologetics book neither basic as I felt the cover perhaps communicated nor impenetrable I particularly appreciated the way Wilson presented the solution to the world s problems ...

  3. Richard Spear says:

    A great holiday read full of humour and nuggets of wisdom Asks the big questions of life and seeks to answer them in a very accessible way, while delving into the worlds of history, science, philosophy and theology f...

  4. Paul Whiteley says:

    Fantastic and easy little read Like sitting down with the author for a chat about life and meaning over a glass of wine Humorous stories, challenging arguments, showing the logic and evidence behind Christianity A great primer on the existence of God.

  5. matthew clare says:

    Brilliant book I wanted to start rereading as soon as I turned the final page Very thought provoking and accessible to anyone who has wondered about these things, whether religious or not Would highly recommend.

  6. Chris Rousell says:

    It seems trite to compare every single apologetics work to Mere Christianity yet here we are again If you are looking for a fresh, colloquial apologetic for the 21st century, look no further than If God, Then What Wilson writes in a style that comes acrossas a stream of unbroken consciousness than philosophical musing and it makes his work incredibly easy to read and incredibly...

  7. Phil Whittall says:

    OK, let s get the disclosure out of the way I know the author and am fairly well disposed towards most things he writes I also own all his books and yet strangely this is the first that I ve actually read In a post Christian society it s so important to discuss with those who don t follow Christ in such a way so as to haveconversations about Jesus We need to listen without caving in, disagree without being disagreeable, challenge without being arrogant and perhaps come to a fresh under OK, let s get the disclosure out of the way I know the author and am fairly well disposed towards most things he writes I also own all his books and yet strangely this is the first that I ve actually read In a post Christian society it s so important to discuss with those who don t follow Christ in such a way so as to haveconversations about Jesus We need to listen without caving in, disagree without being disagreeable, challenge without being arrogant and perhaps come to a fresh understanding of what a win might be.Wilson opens up the book with the admission that he was a fundamentalist ie he was right and everyone else was wrong but that had changed The point now is ...

  8. Fearghal Kelly says:

    I bought this book without planning on reading it just yet However, on the train home from London, I decided to peak at the introduction to pass time And then I kept on reading To my surprise, I ended up reading half of it in one sitting This book is a brilliantly persuading case for Christianity It s not the most academic, but he asks the questions that prompt the heart alongside the head.From the start, he develops his case as he seeks to find answers to his own questions and wonders aloud I bought this book without planning on reading it just yet However, on the train home from London, I decided to peak at the introduction to pass time And then I kept on reading To my surprise, I ended up reading half of it in one sitting This book is a brilliantly persuading case for Christianity It s not the most academic, but he asks the questions that prompt the heart alongside the head.From the start, he develops his case as he seeks to find answers to his own questions and wonders aloud about truth, origins and redemption Starting with the all important question of why we should question our beliefs at all, he then moves on to how we can know anything whatsoever, to whether God might exist or not, to what s wrong with the world, and how this same God might be the solution.Andrew Wilson has witty way of including all readers from every walk of life in his writing enjoyable, easy to read, full of funny stories, mind...

  9. Emma says:

    Given to me by a good friend whom I will be rewarding generously I have devoured this book in two huge gulps across a weekend and I now strongly believe this book should be required reading for all New ChristiansMr Wilson has given us a chance to show we are not mindless drones following theological ideals blindly and that with careful and thoughtful examination, that we have the scope to argue our case systematically, intelligently and with Science and the Arts providing the basis of find Given to me by a good friend whom I will be rewarding generously I have devoured this book in two huge gulps across a weekend and I now strongly believe this book should be required reading for all New ChristiansMr Wilson has given us a chance to show we are not mindless drones following theological ideals blindly and that with careful and thoughtful examination, that we have the scope to argue our case systematically, intelligently and with Science and the Arts providing the basis of finding the most LOGICAL answers for some of the biggest ...

  10. Samuel Rood says:

    An excellent, concise argument for the believability of Christianity Wilson takes us through life s big questions He likens the book to a cross between Tim Keller author of The Reason for God and Donald Miller Blue Like Jazz and its an apt description Though not as thorough as the Reason for God, the ...

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