It is reasonable to expect that the followers of Jesus Christ would exude the same sort of moral goodness that he did. But what does it mean to be good? What does it mean for the reality of the Christian faith that Christians fail to live up to the standards set by the Bible? Mark Coppenger engages with these questions.
A Few Questions About the Question
I Suppose We Asked For It
Some You Might Have Missed
The Bible Tells Me So
Are You Sure About That? The Problem of False Professors
Are You Sure About That? Doubtful Narratives
Antibodies: Devotional and Congregational
Antibodies: Beyond Home and Congregation
The Rest of the Story
Each chapter includes a summary of the main points.
The Big Ten: Critical Questions Answered is a Christian apologetics series which addresses ten commonly asked questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity. Each book, while easy to read, is challenging and thought–provoking, dealing with subjects ranging from hell to science. A good read whatever your present opinions.
About the Author
Mark Coppenger (BA Ouachita; PhD Vanderbilt; MDiv SWBTS) has taught at Vanderbilt, Wheaton, Elmhurst, TIU, MBTS, and SBTS. Having taught three dozen different courses through the years, he retired from Southern in 2019 as a Professor of Christian Philosophy and Ethics. He’s been married to Sharon for 50 years, and they have three children and ten grandchildren.