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Don Stewart :: What Non-Christians Believe about God (Introduction)

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What Non-Christians Believe about God

When the God of the Bible Is Rejected – Introduction

Christians are not the only people who believe in God. Indeed, there are many people who believe in some sort of God but do not equate this God with the God of the Bible. These include those who belong to non-Christian religions and non-Christian cults. Their god is not the God of the Bible.

Others, such as agnostics, and atheists do not believe in any type of God; whether it be the God of Scripture or some other god.

If the God of the Bible does not exist in the way that Scripture portrays, then does any type of God exist? How can anyone know one way or another? Is accurate knowledge about God even possible? This book looks at some of the various alternatives that have been offered in place of the God of Scripture.

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