They must be gullible to believe something that cannot be proven. They are easily led and can be made to believe things not supported by fact. They are victims of rules that stifle creativity. They are judgmental, with a "holier than thou" attitude. Who are "they"? To some people, "they" are Christians, and the statements represent issues people have with Christianity.
In "Christians Can't Lose," author Gregg George sets the record straight. He writes about the many issues people have against Christianity and explains why Christians believe what they do. He calls on skeptics to keep an open mind about a Christian's belief in God because supposed evidence to the contrary may not be as compelling as they think. George also calls on Christians to behave in a way that magnifies the Lord and shows the world the true love of Christ. He presents a case for believing in God simply because a believer cannot lose. Even if God does not exist, a Christian loses nothing for his belief. However, if God really does exist, a Christian will gain eternal life with God, while a nonbeliever will suffer eternal banishment from the presence of God. The choice should be quite simple.
"Christians Can't Lose" will help nonbelievers learn more about what Christians believe and who they are. For Christians, the author reminds them how to be an effective role model and God's representative on earth. It is about understanding-on both sides of the belief coin.