True For You, But Not For Me: Overcoming Objections to Christian Faith

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True For You But Not For Me by Paul Copan

You've probably heard many of the anti-Christian comebacks and conversation-enders that refute the relevance and validity of Christianity, including:

  • "Who are you to impose your morality on others?"
  • "What right do you have to convert others to your views?"
  • "It doesn't matter what you believe--as long as you're sincere."
  • "You can't trust the Gospels--they're unreliable."
  • "Well, that may be true for you, but it's not for me"
  • "All religions lead to God."
  • "Who are you to judge others?"
  • "Jesus was just another great religious leader."
  • "Christians are so intolerant."
Most Christians are left grasping for a response, and the conversation moves on without them. True for You, But Not for Me (Second Edition) is a great reference handbook for answering our culture's latest objections to Christianity. It features brief answers to each argument, readable explanations on each subject, helpful introductory material to sets of similar anti-Christian slogans, and study questions for individual or group use.

Bethany House, paperback, 192 pages.


"Incisive and insightful responses to many of the most common misconceptions about Christianity and faith."
Lee Strobel

"Copan's careful exploration of the rational foundations of such slogans will be of great practical help to anyone who finds himself confronted with these challenges to the Christian faith."
William Lane Craig

"This book should be required reading in Christian high schools and colleges. And laypeople and parachurch ministries will profit greatly from its content."
J.P. Moreland

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