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William Edgar

Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


William Edgar is Professor of Apologetics at Westminister Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and an accomplished jazz pianist. He is married to Barbara and they have two children, William and Deborah.


Products

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Does Christianity Really Work?

Does Christianity Really Work?

~ William Edgar

Wasn't the South African Apartheid supported by Christians? Weren't the Crusades motivated by greed, but advocated by the church? Don't phoney television preachers manipulate viewers into donating money? William Edgar addresses... read more


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A Transforming Vision

A Transforming Vision

The Lord's Prayer as a Lens for Life

~ William Edgar

We can be in danger of no longer really understanding the meaning of the Lord's Prayer simply because it is heard and spoken so often. Edgar illustrates the depth of the prayer as he shows it in the original context, and shows... read more


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You Asked

You Asked

Your Questions. God's Answers.

~ William Edgar

It can be difficult to ask questions, far less answer them. Perhaps you've felt that sometimes the questions you really want to ask just can't be answered. They're too difficult; too embarrassing; and perhaps you shouldn't be... read more


Endorsements

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Cross Words

Cross Words
'Paul is emerging as one of the premier evangelical theologians of our day. Cross Words is at once accessible and erudite.'

 

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Systematic Theology (Volume 2)

Systematic Theology (Volume 2)
Nothing less than remarkable.

 

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A Christian's Pocket Guide to the Papacy

A Christian's Pocket Guide to the Papacy
...Professor De Chirico investigate the phenomenon of Roman Catholic hierarchy using biblical exegesis, fascinating historical data, and basic theological insights to inform our view...engaging, clearly written, polemical in the best sense, and resolutely Scriptural, this is easily the best shorter guide for those wanting to know how to evaluate the institution of the papacy and related matters.

 

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Danger And Dedication

Danger And Dedication
These stories of Christian heroes and heroines are riveting. Based completely on fact, yet Linda Finlayson has given us a page-turner. While meant to encourage young readers to become risk-takers for the Lord, these accounts never moralize. In the bargain, we learn how God has been at work all over the world, in very different cultures, through unusually gifted missionaries who nevertheless had clay feet. I wish I had been given such a book as a young person. Every family library needs at least one copy.

 

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