This book gives Christians greater confidence in their own beliefs, and gives them tools to defend their faith in dialogue with postmodern man. It exposes the uncertainty of non Christian thought, analyzes some of the best arguments of Christian apologists, and suggests answers to the most difficult questions we face.
This book suggests answers to six of the most difficult questions that people use to challenge Christianity. It presents a basically presuppositionalist apologetic in a simple and practical manner, and it also shows how we can benefit from other apologists, without compromising our commitment to the Scriptures as our final authority. It shows the uncertainty of non Christian thought, as opposed to the certainty of Christian epistemology. It gives a brief, practical survey of western philosophy, and a brief survey of key Christian apologists.This is an excellent intermediate-level book on Christian apologetics.
Richard B. Ramsay, D. Min., Th.M.
304 pages, Softcover