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WHY PEOPLE HATE GOD & WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT PB

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  • ISBN 9781872734538
  • Author MCQUOID DR STEPHEN
  • Pub Date 01/01/2018
How should Christians respond to the criticism of God that is now commonplace? God is an unpopular figure at best and a monster at worst. Most people do not know the God of the Bible. What they know is the misrepresentation of God that is peddled within popular culture and by some academics....
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How should Christians respond to the criticism of God that is now commonplace? God is an unpopular figure at best and a monster at worst. Most people do not know the God of the Bible. What they know is the misrepresentation of God that is peddled within popular culture and by some academics.

This misrepresentation is spiced up by the secularists and atheists who wish to malign God’s good name so that He is distrusted and reviled in the public arena and then banished to the margins where He can do little damage. Such activity should be seen for what it is: a quest for autonomy. A bid to live life with no reference to God, a life where human reason decides what is right and wrong, what is true and where God will always be unwelcome.

Ultimately the answer is that we should tell the truth about God and should reject every false caricature, every slight and lie about God. Only by doing this will people in our culture be brought to the foot of the cross and be led to the Saviour.

Stephen McQuoid grew up in Ethiopia where his parents were missionaries. He then lived in Ireland where he qualified as a nurse before going to study at a number of institutions, specialising in theology and the history of religious thought. This is his fifteenth book. He joined the work of Gospel Literature Outreach in 1990, originally in the training department, Tilsley College, before becoming General Director of GLO. He is married to Debbie and they have three children. Stephen is an elder at Liberty Community Church, Bellshill. He has a passion for evangelism and mission and helping churches to reach out relevantly to their community.

Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: John Ritchie Ltd (1 Sept. 2017)
ISBN-13: 978-1872734538