The Popular Handbook of World Religions (Paperback)
A Christian's Guide to the World's Most Prominent Religions Meeting people from other religions is an incredible blessing and a unique challenge. As Christians, what do we need to know about their beliefs to effectively interact with them? And how can we share about Jesus with sensitivity for someone's relationship to their current faith? A compilation from some of today's top religion scholars, The Popular Handbook of World Religions is a clear and insightful guide to understanding and conversing with followers of the world's major belief systems. You will...
- gain a balanced, nuanced comprehension of what followers of other religions believe, and see how those beliefs compare with those of Christianity
- develop deeper respect for different cultures and appreciate their unique traditions and ideas
- learn how to share about Christ with true compassion and a recognition of other people's individuality and heritage
About the Author
Daniel McCoy is the editorial director for Renew.org as well as an online adjunct instructor for Ozark Christian College. He has an MA in apologetics (Veritas International University), and a PhD in theology (North-West University, South Africa). He is the general editor of the Popular Handbook of World Religions, author of Mirage: 5 Things People Want from God That Don't Exist, and coauthor with Norman Geisler of The Atheist's Fatal Flaw. Daniel and his wife, Susanna, have three daughters and two sons. Renew.org