Hostile Witnesses: How the Ancient Enemies of the Church Proved Christianity

Hostile Witnesses How the Ancient Enemies of the Church Proved Christianity None

  • Title: Hostile Witnesses: How the Ancient Enemies of the Church Proved Christianity
  • Author: Gary Michuta
  • ISBN: 9781683570011
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I had previously read Gary G. Michuta’s book Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger and was impressed by his thoroughness.This book takes a very interesting tact. It is sort of a compilation of back-handed compliments to the Church. How the assumptions made by her attackers in fact gave credibility to what the Church proclaims.I had assumed that the book would take up the common extra-biblical sources of earlier non-Christian historians that I was somewhat familiar with. Instead it starts with the New [...]

    2. In the world of Christianity, there are many witnesses to the truth which it holds. However, atheists and agnostics are skeptical (at best) to believe these, because they feel they are biased sources. Author Gary Machuta believes there are non-Christian witnesses to the truth of Christianity as well. He calls them "hostile witnesses," and penned a book with the same name.Hostile Witnesses begins with an introduction that speaks of the words on the sign that hung on the Cross - "Jesus the Nazorea [...]

    3. Gary Machuta, uses the church's critics throughout history to make the case for the church. in this great book, He starts off at the beginning of the christian era with fallacies that were popular at that time, he follows throughout to the present day with the same premise. Great book, Must read for inquirers of church history.

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