Reasons to Believe
Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, Reasons to Believe can serve as a timely tool to answer questions, remove doubts, deepen Christian conviction, and provide compelling reasons to believe.
Why would a good God allow suffering?
Has science disproven God?
Is the Bible really trustworthy?
Is it reasonable to believe in God?
Do all religions teach the same thing?
Questions like these can pique curiosities, stimulate thinking, and challenge faith in God. Reasons to Believe takes ten relevant questions about God, the Bible, and the Christian life head-on and provides thoughtful, easy-to-understand responses in one concise resource. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Reasons to Believe can serve as a timely tool to answer questions, remove doubts, deepen Christian conviction, and provide compelling reasons to believe.
Reasons to Believe is an easy-to-understand book for the individual with questions.
About the Authors
Dennis B. Moles is a writer, speaker, and content developer for Our Daily Bread Ministries in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Dennis is a graduate of Cedarville University, Moody Theological Seminary, Calvin Theological Seminary, and is currently finishing his doctorate at Talbot School of Theology. He is the author of Beyond Reasonable Doubt: The Truth about the Bible, Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Examining the Reliability of the Bible (Bible study), and Being Jesus Online: Biblical Wisdom for a Wired World. He lives with his wife and three children in Jenison, Michigan. You can follow him on twitter @DennisMoles.
Ryan serves as campus pastor at Good News Community Church near Denver, Colorado, and as an adjunct professor of philosophy and religious studies. He has earned degrees at Westmont College (BA), Liberty University (MDiv), and Talbot School of Theology (DMin). Ryan is the author of Dangerous Discipleship (Parson Place Press). He loves time with his family, sports, coffee shops, and good books. You can reach Ryan at [email protected].
Danny Loe (ThM, 1999, Dallas Theological Seminary; present DMin candidate, Talbot School of Theology) has served with CRU for forty years, primarily in East Asia. He and his wife, Rebekah, now live in Budapest, Hungary. Danny teaches Bible courses throughout Eastern Europe. They are blessed with four adult children, David, Jonathan, Grace, and Susanna. Danny may be contacted at [email protected].
John serves as the executive pastor at BridgePoint Bible Church in Houston, Texas. He has earned degrees at Trinity University (BA), the University of Houston (MEd), Bethel Seminary (MA, transformational leadership), and Talbot School of Theology (DMin). He loves his family, most any activity that makes him sweat, and reading a good book. To learn more about John, see www.jkhlibrary.com.
Douglas Arendsee is retired from the Civil Service as Wyoming Air National Guard chaplain technician and is currently the Air National Guard assistant to the commandant of the United States Air Force Chaplain Corps College. He graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1974 and Dallas Theological Seminary in 1986. He has done doctoral-level work at a number of institutions, most recently at Talbot Seminary. Doug and his wife, Peggy, have six married children and nine grandchildren. They recently moved to Midlothian, Texas.
Darrell and his wife, Annette, work with the International Student Ministry of The Navigators in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He directs a summer program in Norway, where college students from the US and other countries come to explore difficult questions of faith, gain missions experience, and grow in their walk with Jesus. Darrell also teaches philosophy in the community college system of Colorado and enjoys the chance to help students think about the ultimate questions of life. He has degrees from Wheaton College (BA), Denver Seminary (MA), and Talbot School of Theology (DMin). While he loves to ski and to surf, his greatest joy (and most exciting challenge) is his three young children, Dylan (10), Jared (6), and Eva Alice (4).
Craig is the associate pastor and minister of education at Mount Zion Baptist Church in Alexandria, Alabama. He served as senior pastor of Cove Creek Baptist Church in Glencoe, Alabama, for twelve years. He holds a BS degree from Troy University, an MDiv from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a DMin from Talbot School of Theology. He has been happily married to his wife, Shelby, for eighteen years and has two children, a daughter, Emma, and a son, Joseph.