Tom Gilson

Reader Reactions to Too Good to be False

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“A terrific read”

“It’s a terrific read and is certain to rekindle an awe for the character of Christ.”

George Brahm

“An amazing read. … It’s encouraged my trust in the goodness of Christ”

This book has been an amazing read so far. Endorsed by Lee Strobel and Eric Metaxas! Available for pre-order. It’s encouraged my trust in the goodness of Christ.

Brian Adachi

“Fresh perspective. … Apologetics That Made Me Want To Worship”

“Tom Gilson takes a fresh perspective that makes this the first work of apologetics that made me want to worship [Jesus]. … There are plenty of books that defend the reliability of the Gospels by looking at historical evidence or examining skeptical objections. Gilson does a bit of an end-around and shows that the person of Jesus isn’t like any other character in history or fiction. He does this by not just focusing on who Jesus is as presented in the New Testament, but what he didn’t do. And when you see that, you’ll realize that it’s a story too good to be false. Jesus just can’t be invented.”

Erik Manning


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"Engaging… exhilarating.… This might be the most surprising and refreshing book you’ll read this year!" — Lee Strobel

"Too Good To Be False is almost too good to be true!" — Josh McDowell


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