The Youth Specialties book Living with Questions is a free ebook right now. You can get it on Amazon or iBooks.

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A practical and personal approach to apologetics for students. How many times has your teacher asked you a question, and you stare blankly at the ceiling, hoping to discover the answer lingering there? It’s frustrating when we don’t know the answers to the questions we’re asked by others, but it can be even more frustrating when we don’t know the answers to the questions we are asking ourselves. Have you ever asked one of these questions?* Does what I think really matter?* What is truth?* Is God there?* Has God spoken?* Am I important enough?* Am I good enough?* What’s so great about heaven?If you’ve ever wondered about any of these questions, you’ve come to the right place. In Living with Questions, Dale Fincher will help you look at each of these questions in such a way that you’ll discover clues, helpful tools, and answers—and what they all mean for your life and your faith. The answers you find will put you on a path to dig deeper and gain confidence in your faith. As Dale addresses the big questions that he’s been asked by students across the country, you’ll find that you’re not alone in your doubt, confusion, or questioning. As you learn to live with questions, even the answers are only steps in the right direction. You’ll find how they whet the appetite to go deeper into your purpose on this planet and to discover something big—yet very personal—that’s worth living for.

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0 thoughts on “Books I have read: Tactics by Gregory Koukl”

  1. Steven:

    I’m not sure what answer he would give, but there’s a lot of content from Greg available online. Free podcasts on iTunes, a blog on and the STR group on facebook. I would try and ask him directly on either facebook or the STR blog.


    1. Hi Steven, I’m away at the moment, but when I get back I’ll flick through my copy and see if I can find my copy of the manuscript and give my thoughts.

      In one sense though, I don’t think you can ever directly answer that question. I think what Greg provides is a way to not be trapped into that issue, which some people, especially as teenagers use as an excuse to believe rather than as a genuine debate. I’m not here to defend Greg’s book, I’ve never met the man, nor read any of his other books, but I’m not sure that was his intention.

  2. You mean teenagers use as an excuse not to believe in a god who loves them the fact that this god passes by on the other side while Christians are being murdered?

    I thought teenagers were dumb, but that is dumb even by their standards.

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