By Tony Campolo
The modern collage campus is stuffed with non secular surprises, day-by-day dilemmas, and hard questions and this publication bargains the assistance and center to stroll into the jungle of campus lifestyles as a Christian.
Will the Christian religion delay less than the scrutiny of the recent wisdom and ideas that bombarded scholars at the collage campus? Tony Campolo and Dr. Will Willimon—college professors and seasons authors and speakers—insist that the Christian religion isn't threatened through difficult questions. they keep that a number of the maximum minds the human race has produced have positioned difficult inquiries to Jesus and are available away greater of their religion and extra confident of its fact than ever prior to. even if you're a dedicated Christian or person who remains to be exploring the Christian religion, this booklet will supply sound solutions to tough questions. Open this ebook and locate the assistance and middle to stroll into the jungle of campus existence and stroll out greater than a conqueror.
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