“The world is chaotic and out of control, because people refuse to trust God.” Ray Comfort, “Faith is for Weak People.”
Ray Comfort tackles 20 of the biggest objections to the Gospel in his book, “Faith is for Weak People, Responding to the Top 20 Objections to the Gospel.” Prefaced by an introduction and reflective commentary on fear and apologetics, Comfort then tackles each issue one at a time, dedicating a chapter to each with study questions throughout. The study questions beg readers to ensure they’ve digested the factual answer, and then digs at the soul for a status update.
“Those who look for dirt will find it,” Comfort boldly states, “God gives the proud just enough soil to bury themselves.” Many are too timid to answer these popular questions to faith in such confidence. I appreciated the direct approach as a “how to” guide, and the encouragement not to shy away from tough conversations. Comfort’s personal experience and real life conversations provide good ground for readers to stand firm in a society often offended by those who so boldly defend their faith.
“When people say that Christians aren’t better than anyone else, what they’re revealing is that they don’t have an understanding of salvation. You need to tell them that salvation isn’t what you do, it’s who you place your trust in. That’s what makes Christians different from all other people in the world.” Ray Comfort, “Faith is for Weak People, Responding to the Top 20 Objections to the Gospel.”
I highly recommend this book to all Christians, and anyone wondering what Christianity is. If you’re wondering what faith is, this book is for you. If we all took one giant leap forward to understand each other, it would make a world of difference. Without giving up an inch of ground, Comfort is able to ask good questions that spark brilliant conversations.
(I received a copy of this book in exchanged for my honest review.)
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