Josh McDowell and his son, Sean, have given us an updated and relevant tool to encourage faith and trust in the reliability of Scripture. If you want to defend the veracity of the Christian faith in the 21st century, Evidence That Demands a Verdict is the book for you.
When I was a college student full of questions about the authenticity of my faith, I used Evidence That Demands a Verdict as my go-to reference book. I’m grateful to Josh for this updated release for my two sons.
Evidence That Demands a Verdict has stood the test of time with readers around the world for nearly four decades. I am thrilled that Josh McDowell has partnered with his son, Sean, to update this classic book.
A treasure trove of apologetics gems! Countless people benefited from the original version, but this updated and expanded edition makes this volume even more valuable and timely.”
For we who love logic, reason, and apologetics, this is ‘manna from heaven.’ We all need precise, accurate answers. We all need Evidence That Demands a Verdict to defend our faith.
In 1972, shortly after the accident in which I became paralyzed, I picked up a book that helped solidify my belief in God and faith in Christ. Evidence That Demands a Verdict offered up the rock-solid evidence I needed to believe there was a personal God who genuinely cared about my plight. I’m so happy that this… Read more »
Evidence That Demands a Verdict is a book that all Christians should own. I am an apologist today due to the impact the original edition made on my life. With this book as my tutor, my skeptical friends began to be won to Christ. A new generation is about to experience this bona-fide classic!
Josh McDowell has been a heroic voice of reasonable faith for a generation. He and Sean team up to answer the skeptics and cynics of today with a reason to believe. This is truly the 21st century Evidence That Demands a Verdict.
This book changed my life. It showed me the staggering welter of evidence for the historicity of the bible, and convinced me that having faith in the biblical God is infinitely more rational than not having such faith.
For years I have watched Christian colleges essentially fail to teach the next generation how to defend a Biblical worldview and the orthodoxy of our faith. I am determined to not let this happen at any university under my charge. I simply will not let my students graduate without being confronted with the revised and… Read more »