The seeds of this book were planted, ironically, because of a Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, Australia. Troubled that such an event should be held in his city, Dennis Prince decided to publish a one-off newspaper, The Regal Standard, a dynamic collection of God-intervention stories alongside nuts-and-bolts answers to common questions, as a counter to the convention and to answer questions that would be raised. More than 80,000 copies of the paper were distributed, and its success inspired an expansion into this book. Graciously but decisively, each chapter presents the atheist or agstic with well-documented God interventions in the lives of a kaleidoscope of people, each revealing God in a special and unique way. Christians, too, will be challenged and inspired, and better equipped to carry out their God-given mandate. Insights from the worlds of: - Atheists and former atheists - Scientists - Miracles - Sexual issues - Demonic forces - Gaming addiction - Heavenly visions and angels - Inspired songwriting - Hinduism and Islam And more
Dennis Prince, after working for six years as a lecturer in civil engineering, attended Bible college, and in 1976 co-planted the thriving Kingston City Church in Melbourne, Australia. He and his musician wife, Nolene, then launched Resource Christian Music, a praise and worship resource used around the world for 25 years. Their book Nine Days in Heaven, a rewrite of a 150-year-old vision of heaven by Marietta Davis, has sold more than 80,000 copies. Dennis has also published a book on the theology of praise and worship song lyrics, Worship Is a Bowl of Noodles, together with other teaching materials. Dennis and Nolene have three children, all married, and eleven grandchildren.