Sunday, March 10, 2013


by Marsha L. Randolph     If it is your intent to share any part of the gospel with any person I would suggest you read “Solving Religion With Logic” by Paul Kasch first.  I am not keen on books that try to explain Christianity and the last book I reviewed by Paul Kasch was less than favorable.  To say that I began reading this book as a skeptic is probably an understatement HOWEVER this book is an important tool for believers and doubters.
     Paul’s persistence in writing such books (I also reviewed “Developinga Sophisticated Child Like Faith”) reveals a passion and dedication that is not only admirable but reflects the will of God which is that “all men be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth (1 Timothy 2:4). Though he and I may disagree doctrinally we do agree that Jesus is the way.
    “Solving Religion With Logic” allows the reader to analyze, through a systematic discussion, the reasons it makes more sense to believe in God than to not believe. The subtitle “Logical Proof that God Exist and theBible is all True” summarizes the books content perfectly.

I recommend this book and would suggest that you purchase a copy.

I received a complimentary PDF copy of the book in exchange of a review.  

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1 comment:

  1. I agree with you. Christians are going to have to throw off the negative stereotype that we're anti-intellectual. This sounds like a good book to read.