persuasive-pro-life_1Persuasive Pro-life: How to Talk About Our Culture’s Toughest Issue (2014) – Drawing on over a decade as a pro-life organizer, Trent Horn helps you cut through pro-choice talking points in order to accurately frame the moral and legal issues surrounding abortion. Then he demonstrates—with vivid personal examples from his years of campus activism—the importance of being charitable in all discussions, no matter how strident the other side might be. We must be not just warriors for the pro-life cause, he says, but ambassadors for it.


answering-atheism_2Answering Atheism: How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity (2013) – In Answering Atheism, Trent Horn presents a fresh and useful resource for the debate over the existence of God, He combines a thorough refutation of atheist claims with a skillfully constructed case for theism based on reason and common sense. Just as important, he advocates a charitable approach that respects atheists’ sincerity and good will—making this book suitable not just for believers but for skeptics and seekers too.

6 thoughts on “Books

  1. Ewald

    I have bought ebook of answering atheism last year then just today it was gone from my kindle kindly check my purchas please

  2. Matthew

    The end of the book of Tobias claims that Tobias died when he was 99 and when he was 102 years old. This is a contradiction, thus Rome’s version of the Canon is wrong, it cannot be inspired because God doesn’t contradict himself. Thus Rome cannot have any authority because by its own authority she chose a faulty canon.

  3. KG

    Tobit 14:2 says “Tobit died a peaceful death at the age of 112, … .” So Tobit died at age 112. 14:14 says “At the ripe old age of 117 Tobias died, … .” So Tobit’s son, Tobias, died at age 117. There’s no mention of Tobias dying at age 99 or 102 that I could find. I think you might want to re-read Tobit, more carefully. Look up the “Good News Translation,” it might be easier to read. You could go to a site like biblegateway to read Tobit in several translations. But, anyway, the text of Tobit doesn’t contradict itself, that I could find. So it’s not an argument against Rome. And even if there were an error like what you say, then it would be irrelevant to issue of the authority of the Bishop of Rome or the Roman Catholic Church since the book Tobit was composed well before the book Tobit was written. Tobit is included in the Catholic bible because it was part of the Septuagint, which is the Old Testament that seems to have been what was used/read by the early church and the apostles. You may be surprised to know that Tobit (along with all the other so-called apocryphal books) was also included in the King James version of the Bible (you can buy the complete KJV Bible in an Oxford paperback – it has all the apocryphal books, as the KJV was originally published that way) – so the Church of England/Anglicans also recognized it as canonical. The Orthodox church also, of course, includes the book in their Bible. In fact, it’s only a minority of Christianity that does not include the “apocryphal” books like Tobit in their Bible.

  4. KG

    Correction: “since the book Tobit was composed well before the book Tobit was written.” should read ” “since the book Tobit was composed well before the Roman Catholic Church began.” Sorry about that. Writing too fast, maybe.

  5. Clay Baswell

    After your debate with James White , when are your releasing your book about TULIP & the Doctors of the Church/ Magesterium.

    Loved your closing comments, well said.


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