Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth

Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth By Scott S. Haraburda, Christian Controversies Seeking the Truth The Greatest is Love God wants us to love our neighbors If this is the premise of being Christian then why do thousands of denominations claim to be the right and true one implying that all others a
  • Title: Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth
  • Author: Scott S. Haraburda
  • ISBN: 9780988607200
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth By Scott S. Haraburda, The Greatest is Love God wants us to love our neighbors If this is the premise of being Christian, then why do thousands of denominations claim to be the right and true one, implying that all others are false The author searches for truth and explores real world issues concerning Christians throughout history and today, and the future of Christianity in this ever ch The Greatest is Love God wants us to love our neighbors If this is the premise of being Christian, then why do thousands of denominations claim to be the right and true one, implying that all others are false The author searches for truth and explores real world issues concerning Christians throughout history and today, and the future of Christianity in this ever changing world Join the author as he challenges you to think outside of your comfort zone and questions what you might have been told not to question about the Word of God This book contains many facts and true stories, some you might recognize and some from the author s own life, as he logically discusses controversial subjects such as a Perfect Bible, sex, lying, killing, ethics, Christian leadership, Bible thumping judgment, and women s rights It is well documented and written in easy to understand language to arm you with the knowledge you need to discuss Scripture in an educated and meaningful way, and to develop a real world perspective of Christianity a must read for all who profess to be Christian
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    About "Scott S. Haraburda"

    1. Scott S. Haraburda

      Dr Scott S Haraburda is a Government Executive, Supply Chain Manager, Rocket Scientist, Indiana State Judo Champion, Munitions Expert, and former Herpolsheimer s department store Santa Claus He is a registered Professional Engineer in Indiana and a certified Project Management Professional.As a retired US Army officer, Colonel Haraburda s military career includes command of the 464th Chemical Brigade and the 472d Chemical Battalion Also, he has served in various military assignments including engineering and contingency contracting positions within the Korean Theater, research and development positions throughout the United States, logistics support operations within Kuwait, and teaching chemistry at West Point.In addition to publishing numerous technical and management related articles, Dr Haraburda holds two US patents.Or, you can just Google his biography.

    522 thoughts on “Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth”

    1. Sad While it is a very good thing to challenge ones own faith, and that of the prevailing christian literature and culture, this book does not accomplish what it states it sets out to do The logic is flawed and fallacious at best The author does not seem to have a valid comprehension of that which he criticizes Although the diatribe does accurately portray many things which the author indicates are inconsistent in the Bible, there does not seem to be any understanding of the Bible taken as a who [...]


    2. Now here is a good question if we read between the lines What does Christianity have to do with religion s Lots of interesting facts in this book it really makes you stop and think Have you ever been criticized or shamed by others, yet know in your heart that you had good intentions without harboring ill will against anyone Perhaps we judge each other harshly at times because we are unable to look into the soul to find the true intentions Is this our role though, to make it our business to delve [...]


    3. Dr Haraburda s sincere and honest treatment of questions surrounding the Bible are thought provoking, and interesting And although he invites us to read with an open mind and common sense, diehard Christians of many structured religions might have a difficult time facing the truth And what about Christian leaders in centuries before who have gone through Scripture to pick and choose what to keep in and what must go How are issues like this justified Based on that alone brings up many issues that [...]


    4. I was excited when the author offered me a free PDF copy of this book after I didn t win it in a giveaway I enjoy books that challenge conventional wisdom and belief about religion, so I looked forward to reading this book Unfortunately, I was quickly turned off by the writer s almost obsessive need to tout his qualifications I m not sure if it was done to establish credibility or toot his own horn, but the constant as a former this type of job and in my experience as a this job grated on me May [...]


    5. Just started devouring this book It is as if the author climbed into my mind and began writing the questions I have had for decades If the book continues in this vein, I will be hooked Will post as reading progresses.Read this book if you dare


    6. I read this book expecting it to be written from a conservative Christian viewpoint I quickly learned that was not the case The author takes a very liberal view on these hot button issues affecting Christianity today He often contradicts himself and his research is lacking I would have preferred to be given arguments from both sides of the issues instead of such a one sided view on things I don t mind those that disagree with me, and I like to hear what they have to say However, I prefer for the [...]


    7. I received a free copy from the author I m not a Christian but I m interested in religion The book was an interesting read and I like the presenteted topics I do share some believes with the author and others not Nevertheless, it was a good book to get you thinking Personally, I m just not the biggest fan of the military examples as they aren t that interesting to me and were thus hard to follow.


    8. Dr Scott S Haraburda has worked in a variety of engineering and management positions throughout the United States, which comes as no surprise given the dry presentation and workmanlike prose of this trite exegesis on a subject as tired as the author s pietistic vision I m supremely confident this book does not contain a single original thought I could be wrong.


    9. Interesting thoughts from,someone I respected,from,the beginning Didn t agree with everything, though, and at times unorthodox.




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