Doubting Thomas
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Doubting Thomas by Robert Reeves

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Published by Collins in London .
Written in English

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Originally published, New York , Crown, 1985.

StatementRobert Reeves.
LC ClassificationsPR6068.E39/
The Physical Object
Pagination253p. ;
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17309213M
ISBN 100002229439

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A Fresh Look at Doubt and Doubting Thomas (Complete Sermon Outline) 30 Nov, in Pastor to Pastor by Megan leBlanc Use or adapt the sermon below in your own preaching or teaching ministry. There are 2 key points that our book, Doubting Thomas, strives to make: 1) Jefferson was not a lifelong skeptic (and even at the end of his life, when it was now available again, he publicly attended and financially supported Trinitarian worship services, while privately holding Unitarian beliefs), and 2) He did not believe in the separation of church and state in the way it’s practiced today—he did not believe in . Jesus and Doubting Thomas. John Verses "Thomas, one of the Twelve, called the Twin, was not with them when Jesus came. We are not told where Thomas was when the Lord presented Himself to the other disciples. Jesus made numerous appearances in the forty days after His resurrection, but we are not told where He stayed. John New International Version (NIV) Jesus Appears to Thomas. 24 Now Thomas (also known as Didymus []), one of the Twelve, was not with the disciples when Jesus came. 25 So the other disciples told him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my finger where the nails were, and put my hand into his side, I will not believe.”.

"Letters to Doubting Thomas" offers a concise, careful argument for God's existence. The broad structure of the argument is hardly original: basically, the book contends that certain features of the world -- the existence of contingent beings, free will, the so-called fine-tuning of the universe, moral rules, and so forth -- are better explained by theism than by naturalism/5(5).   Doubting Christians have two things doubting Thomas did not have—the indwelling Holy Spirit and the written New Testament. By the power of both the Spirit and the Word, we can overcome doubts and, like Thomas, be prepared to follow our Lord and Savior and give all . "Doubting Thomas" is well written and doesn't need to sink to such tactics to keep the reader engaged. Towards the end of the book, the reader gets the first introduction to the next brother, Levi, who is the next brother and the subject of Book 2 in the Tarnished Saints Series, "Luring Levi."/5(78). “Most’s book is a fascinating account of the journey of the figure of Doubting Thomas through Western history Doubting Thomas is a must for libraries, and undergraduate libraries in particular. It would make an interesting addition to any course on the history of Christianity or Western culture.”/5(4).