The inspirational classic, More than a Carpenter, is now updated for a new generation of seekers with a fresh look, revised material, and a new chapter that addresses questions commonly raised today. Former skeptic Josh McDowell is now joined by his son Sean as they examine the evidence about Jesus. Is he really the Lord he claimed to be? How can we know for sure? More than a Carpenter offers arguments for faith from a skeptic turned believer.
Since its original publication in 1977, this modern classic has sold over 15 million copies, been translated into dozens of languages, and introduced countless people to the real Jesus. Now with new content that addresses questions raised by today's popular atheist writers.
©2009 Josh McDowell Ministry (P)2009 Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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"skips important concerns"
good narration and decent arguments but doesn't address concerns that the gospels were altered afterwards to conform with the prophecies or that much of the story may have been fabricated afterwards. I feel he uses an unsound premise to build off on, so his following arguments are irrelevant because it's possibly true yet possibly not.
"Well worth the read"
Fast and easy book but we'll put together, I recommend for everyone not just believers.
Much wisdom in such a short book! Worth the read and it's less than $2, but worth more than money can buy!
Chapter(sections) weren't accurate for example chapter six is listed as chapter seven in the audiobook.
Skipped several pages in chapter six including half of pag 64, 65, 66, 67, and half of 68.
I have loved the book so far but I didn't start using the audio version until chapter six. While reading it I noticed he skipped several pages that included some really good stuff. I don't know if this happens again later on but nonetheless it is very annoying and I would greatly appreciate if it could be fixed. Other than that the book is great and I would recommend to anyone.
"love the natural voice of the speaker"
The natural voice of the speaker. Really liked the way he wove real life experience with biblical truth.
love it! I would recommend it for everyone to read. it's very informative. Great read.
"More than a Carpenter is simple but powerful"
Very easy listen and challenges anyone who is not a believer in Jesus Christ to do the research and you too will see He is real and He Loves you!
"More than a carpenter review"
Jack McDowell goes to great links to describe what it means to be a Christian from his perspective. His personal experiences are powerful especially for someone who has seen the work of the Holy Spirit in their own life. Experiencing this testimony from a non-Christian outlook could be quite different, however I believe most of them could relate to his pre-Christian lifestyle and viewpoints.
Thank you Mr. McDowell for the powerful apologetics presented here. I plan on re-reading and notetaking to strengthen my own testimony and historical background knowledge.
"the evidence is compelling"
The narrator sounded young. but the story is compelling. this book would make a good gift.
"One of the best proofs for Jesus Christ by far."
Love it. One of the best proofs for our Christian faith out there right now. A must read for anyone struggling with Christianity.
"Great Read, highly informative and Engaging."
I'd recommend this for every Christian and Non Christian.
For Christians there is enough bitesize information yo affirm your faithful and aid you when evangelising to atheists and theists of other faiths.
for the atheists this will get you started on evidence that Christ is who he says he is
This is a good book for someone who wants to accept Christianity but still looking for evidence. However, I find the evidence discussed here is a bit lame. The historical "evidence" here depends on the number of texts that support Christianity without validating the reliability of these texts and on a large number of prophecies that we cannot be sure if they were written before or after Jesus.
It is still a good book, trying its best to convince people of the undeniable evidence that it claims exists, while if you want to think objectively and not let yourself taken by the authors verbal excellency, you'll find the evidence as good as that of other religions (I'm trying not to name one). Atheists on the other side do not claim -as far as I know- that science is on their side as the author believes, but they rather refuse religion as an explanation and simply confess that they do not know.
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