For centuries Christians have joined together in reciting the Apostles' Creed, beginning with the key words, "We believe..." but can this generation continue this tradition, in the face of looming questions and confusion caused by postmodern relativism? With succinct and probing analysis, Michael Horton reintroduces the Apostles' Creed to a new generation, proving that its message is much more than abstract concepts to be argued by theologians. By addressing the great questions that the creed answers (How can we know God? Can we still believe in the resurrection?), Horton offers a solid defense for the necessity of the creed in the face of postmodern Christianity.
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