Christian Apologetics: An Anthology of Primary Sources
History's most notable Christian apologists, from Saint Augustine to Blaise Pascal and C. S. Lewis to Pope Benedict XVI, address key issues in the history of Christian apologetics in this single volume of over fifty significant writings, arranged topically with...
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History's most notable Christian apologists, from Saint Augustine to Blaise Pascal and C. S. Lewis to Pope Benedict XVI, address key issues in the history of Christian apologetics in this single volume of over fifty significant writings, arranged topically with introductions, author photographs, discussion questions, annotated reading lists, a bibliography, and an author index.
For the first time in over one hundred years, the significant writings of history's most notable Christian apologists are available in one ebook. The Anthology of Christian Apologetics seeks to represent a broad Christian spectrum, ranging from those as early as Saint Paul and Saint Augustine, Saint Teresa of Avila and Blaise Pascal, to more recent and present day apologists such as C. S. Lewis, Alvin Plantinga, William Lane Craig, Richard Swinburne, and Pope Benedict XVI. Over fifty entries address key issues in the history of Christian apologetics. Introductions provide general overviews and guides to the topical arrangements of these issues. Photographs of the major apologists enliven the work and concise section headings clearly organize the material. Discussion questions, annotated reading lists, a bibliography, and author and subject indexes contribute to the suitability of this anthology as a textbook or supplemental reader. People interested in Christian thought, history, apologetics, philosophy, theology, or religion will find that the scope and depth of this anthology makes it an authoritative reference for key persons, concepts, issues, and approaches in the history of Christian apologetics.
Chad Meister (Ph.D., Marquette University) is professor of philosophy at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana. He was the former head of Defenders (now called Truthquest), an apologetics ministry at Willow Creek Community Church. While pursuing his Ph.D. in philosophy, Chad developed the Apologetics Pyramid method highlighted in his book, Building Belief. His other books include Introducing Philosophy of Religion; Reasons for Faith: Making a Case for the Christian Faith; Evil: A Guide for the Perplexed (Continuum) andChristian Thought: An Historical Introduction, co-authored with James Stump (Routledge)
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