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I have never been more excited about Good Questions Have Groups Talking. I am doing a series now in support of the Masterwork Series (have I mentioned it is my favorite?). We will be studying Paul Little's classic book, Know Why You Believe. It is basically a study of apologetics, or, the reasonableness of our faith. We go point by point in defending who Christ was, the resurrection, the reliability of the Bible and so forth.  

Paul Little's book is a great one--a classic. But, if you are the teacher, you want more information to provide additional insights for your group. If you use Good Questions, you will find quotes from the following sources to inform your group (partial list):

  • The Facts on the Bible
  • The Case for Christmas: A Journalist Investigates the Identity of the Child in the Manger
  • The Case for Easter: A Journalist Investigates the Evidence for the Resurrection
  • The Case for the Resurrection
  • The Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity
  • Evidence for the Resurrection
  • A Ready Defense The Best Of Josh Mcdowell
  • Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics
  • I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist
  • More Than a Carpenter 
  • Mere Christianity 
  • Evidence That Demands a Verdict, 1
  • Know Who You Believe
  • Know What You Believe
  • The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus
  • The Reason for God
  • Defending Your Faith: An Introduction
  • Faith and Doubt, Ortberg
  • The Case for the Creator

This some of the best. . . This is THE BEST material on apologetics ever written. I have purchased all of these books for the Kindle so that I can provide the best information on apologetics to you and your teachers. Amazon's Kindle makes it easy to search, copy and paste small portions of text to strengthen your lessons. Your class will be deeply blessed by this additional material.

And now, Good Questions That Have Groups Talking are affordable for all sizes of churches. For about 90% of the churches in America, the price will go down to $99 a year, or stay the same-- $199 a year. You can pay with or without PayPal. (PayPal is great because the passwords are given automatically and instantaneously and renewal is automatic until you cancel. All PayPal plans also come with a 7 day free trial. If you cancel before the trial ends, you pay nothing.) You can cancel any time; no long term contracts. For larger churches the price, of course, will go up, but will be affordable. As a point of comparison, see what Jerry Vines charges for his downloadable lessons: http://www.jerryvines.com/store/vines-by-the-book/product/vines-by-the-book-phase-two/

Good Questions are now priced at about this amount: $1 per person who attends your Sunday School per year. If you churches averages 99 a year, you pay $99 a year. And, if you only have a few teachers that use them, you can get individual plans for each one.

I have a growing sense of calling about writing Good Questions Have Groups Talking. I want to provide the best material possible for teachers to teach the best lessons possible so that lives can be changed.  I spend the better part of every day working on these lessons and researching everything I can find to provide fantastic lessons. I find myself so excited every day finding great nuggets of information--great stories, illustration, quotes, and facts that I can pass along to you and your teachers. I really think your teachers will love Good Questions. And now, they are affordable for all churches.

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