The Latest Book from Christian author, Chuck Livermore
Know Why You Believe!
Do you want to know the truth about God and discover what they’re hiding? In Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, you’ll learn how to be confident in the midst of those attacking your faith and uncover why you can trust the Bible as God’s word.
With this book, you’ll be able to:
- Gain assurance that your beliefs are true
- Understand how we know the resurrection of Jesus really happened
- Know why the age of the earth isn’t “settled science”
- Appreciate why Darwin’s theory of evolution isn’t the only idea that fits the evidence
- Discern how the skeptics are wrong about miracles
- Comprehend how a moral compass is evidence for God
With this enlightening knowledge, you’ll be able to live with a newfound confidence and clarity, and discern truth from lies. Buy Beyond a Reasonable Doubt before the price changes and start your journey to discovering the truth about God and the Bible!
Christian author, Chuck Livermore can teach you how to defend your faith with confidence and clarity.
Belief in God and the reliability of the Bible is under a vicious attack in today’s culture. You can learn how to defend your faith and answer the questions skeptics pose with the latest book from author Chuck Livermore, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Evidence for the God of the Bible They Don’t Want You to Know.
This book is divided into two major sections. In the first section, I present evidence from God’s general revelation. This section answers the question, “Does God exist?”
In Chapter One, I explore why there seems to be a conflict between religion and science. You will learn about the “religion” to which secularists and naturalists adhere while they loudly proclaim that they don’t believe in anything. They only consider the facts, so they claim.
Chapter Two is where I reveal the language God speaks when he creates the beginning of everything. You will learn how nature gives the appearance of an engineered mechanism, The parameters of the cosmos are fine-tuned to support life and provide a friendly environment for human beings.
When you reach Chapter Three, I want you to see the evidence from geology. The nineteenth century idea of “uniformitarianism” is still the basic assumption scientists use to date the age of the earth to four and a half billion years old. Uniformitarianism suggests that the earth changes gradually by slow, systematic processes, just as it does today. This nineteenth century theory has replaced the idea that the geologic landscape was shaped relatively quickly by catastrophes like volcanoes, floods, earthquakes, and ice ages.
In Chapter Four I will help you see the evidence for God’s existence from biology. I’ll talk about how scientists are starting to question the idea that complex lifeforms arose from single-celled organisms. I’ll also explain that the origins of life are very complicated, and scientists are still a long way from discovering a believable theory of how the first life occurred, in spite of their insistence that they are “very close.”
In Chapter Five, I want to explain a branch of philosophy called epistemology. Epistemology is the study of knowledge, how you know what you know is true and not just an opinion. You will see the views of ancient Athenian philosophers and also what some contemporary philosophers think about knowledge and truth.
Chapter Six is where I give evidence for miracles, those experiences that defy natural laws. I take on David Hume’s explanation of why miracles just aren’t possible and give my reasons that Hume is simply wrong.
As you read Chapter Seven, look at the evidence that you are more than just a body. There is also a metaphysical side to what you call yourself. You also have a soul. Consider the evidence I present of near-death experiences and what they show happens to “you” after your body dies.
In Chapter Eight, I address your innate sense of morality as an indication that God exists. If there was no God, men would have no obligation to follow a moral compass. Anarchy would be permissible and “survival of the fittest” would be just the way the world worked if there was no God or moral absolutes.
Chapter Eight completes our arguments from nature for God’s existence.
In section two, I will seek to answer the question, “Are the Christian Scriptures Reliable?”
In Chapter Nine, I show that the fulfillment of prophecy is evidence that the Bible has a divine origin. In this chapter, I focus on the prophecy from Daniel chapter two. This chapter tells the story of a dream that the Babylonian king, Nebuchadnezzar had. The Hebrew youth, Daniel, who was taken into captivity sought from God the meaning of the dream and God revealed it to him. Through the dream’s interpretation, Daniel predicted five Middle Eastern kingdoms that ruled over the Holy Land. It predicts a sixth kingdom that is still yet to come.
Chapter Ten is part two of the look at prophecies fulfilled in the holy scriptures. In this chapter, I defend the book of Daniel against its ancient and modern critics. Then, I look at two other prophecies. One is the destruction of Tyre in the book of Ezekiel and another prophecy in Ezekiel that was fulfilled less than a century ago, 1948 to be specific.
In the eleventh chapter, you will find the prophecies that Jesus fulfilled concerning the Jewish Messiah. I will show that it is very improbable, practically impossible, that anyone other than Jesus could have fulfilled what the Old Testament predicts about the Messiah.
Chapter Twelve is about archaeology. It seems like everything uncovered in Israel confirms the truth and historical accuracy of the Bible. Nearly every time some professor of history questions an account in the scriptures, someone digs something up that shows the narrative in God’s word happened just as the Bible says it did.
As fantastic as it may seem, in Chapter 13, I show evidence that suggests the worldwide flood of Noah really occurred. You can look at cultural anthropology and find that flood myths exist in nearly every unique culture around the world, even those who are found in remote areas cut off from modern civilizations.
Chapter 14 is on textual criticism. I respond to the arguments espoused by Bart Ehrman from his book, Misquoting Jesus. Ehrman postulates that the Bible is riddled with errors and can’t be trusted. I show the Bible is a divine book that is the only place where you can get all you need for life and godliness.
Finally, in Chapter 15, I defend the resurrection as the only reasonable explanation for what happened to Jesus’ body. I compare the resurrection to six other popular explanations to show the physical resurrection is the only plausible conclusion you can draw.