Questions about the truthfulness of Christianity deserve thoughtful, balanced, and reasonable answers. James Taylor provides a fresh, comprehensive survey of the many methods of Christian apologetics using a unique, whole-person approach. He addresses core apologetics issues facing Christians in the...
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Questions about the truthfulness of Christianity deserve thoughtful, balanced, and reasonable answers. James Taylor provides a fresh, comprehensive survey of the many methods of Christian apologetics using a unique, whole-person approach. He addresses core apologetics issues facing Christians in the twenty-first century, including the evidence for God's existence, the challenge of evil, the uniqueness of Jesus Christ, world religions, and more.
This accessible text, now in paper, will appeal to students and all who wrestle with intellectual obstacles to faith. Each chapter contains an outline, summary, list of basic terms, reflection and discussion questions, and guide to further reading. Chapter overviews and sidebars enhance the text.
James E. Taylor has over twenty years of experience in the chemical manufacturing industry and has developed training and documentation for users of computer-aided engineering programs. He has taught MicroStation to new users in industry and at the college level.
- <b>contents<br></b><br>introduction: I Believe, But Help My Unbelief!<br><b>part 1: Apologetics And Commitment<br></b>1. A Reason For The Hope Within: The Nature Of Apologetics<br>2. Faith And Human Wisdom: Evidentialist Apologetics<br>3. Jerusalem And Athens: More Objections To Apologetics<br>4. A God-shaped Vacuum: The Relevance Of Apologetics<br>5. Ears To Hear And Eyes To See: Apologetics And The Heart<br>6. Critics, Seekers, And Doubters: Audiences For Apologetics<br><b>part 2: Commitment To God<br></b>7. The Global Village: Worldview Options<br>8. The Lord Our God Is One: Monotheism<br>9. In The Beginning: Cosmological Explanations<br>10. What The Heavens Declare: Teleological Explanations<br>11. Why Do The Righteous Suffer? The Problem Of Evil<br>12. A God Who Hides Himself: The Problem Of Evidence<br><b>part 3: Commitment To God In Christ<br></b>13. Who Do You Say I Am? The Person Of Jesus<br>14. Lazarus, Come Forth: The Miracles Of Jesus<br>15. He Is Risen Indeed! The Resurrection Of Jesus<br>16. The Word Became Flesh: The Trinity And The Incarnation<br>17. The Sheep And The Goats: Salvation And Damnation<br>18. No Other Name: The Problem Of Religious Pluralism I<br>19. East Meets West: The Problem Of Religious Pluralism Ii<br><b>part 4: Contemporary Challenges To Christian Commitment<br></b>20. The Spirit Of Truth: Commitment, Canon, And Community<br>21. The Spirit Of The Age: Critiques From The Social Sciences<br>22. The Origin Of Species: Christianity And Natural Selection<br>23. The Dust Of The Earth: Resurrection, Minds, And Bodies<br>24. The Death Of God: Postmodern Challenges To Christianity<br>25. It's All Relative: Cultural Differences And Moral Universalism<br>conclusion: Cultivating Christian Commitment<br>other Books On Christian Apologetics<br>index