Table of contents for When God goes to Starbucks : a guide to everyday apologetics / Paul Copan.

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		Introduction 000
	Part I:	Slogans Related to Truth and Reality
	1.	Why Not Just Look Out for Yourself? 000
	2.	Do What You Want; Just as Long as You Don't Hurt Anyone 000
	3.	Is It Okay to Lie to Nazis? 000
	Part II:	Slogans Related to Worldviews
	4.	Why Is God So Arrogant and Egotistical? 000
	5.	Miracles Are Unscientific 000
	6.	Only Gullible People Believe in Miracles 000
	7.	Don't People from All Religions Experience God? 000
	8.	Does the Bible Condemn Loving, Committed Homosexual 
Relationships? 000
	9.	Aren't People Born Gay? 000
	10.	What's Wrong with Gay Marriage? 000
	Part III:	Slogans Related to Christianity
	11.	How Can the Psalmists Say Such Vindictive, Hateful Things? 000
	12.	Aren't the Bible's "Holy Wars" Just Like Islamic Jihad? Part 
One 000
	13.	Aren't the Bible's "Holy Wars" Just Like Islamic Jihad? Part 
Two 000
	14.	Aren't the Bible's "Holy Wars" Just Like Islamic Jihad? Part 
Three 000
	15.	Was Jesus Mistaken about an Early Second Coming? Part One 000
	16.	Was Jesus Mistaken about an Early Second Coming? Part Two 000
	17.	Why Are Christians So Divided? Why So Many 
Denominations? 000
		
		Notes 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Apologetics.