Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith

December 29, 2018 - Comment

2012 Christianity Today Book Award of Merit winner The Christian worldview proposes answers to the most enduring human questions. But are those answers reliable? In this systematic text, Douglas Groothuis makes a comprehensive apologetic case for Christian theism–proceeding from a defense of objective truth to a presentation of the key arguments for God from natural

2012 Christianity Today Book Award of Merit winner The Christian worldview proposes answers to the most enduring human questions. But are those answers reliable? In this systematic text, Douglas Groothuis makes a comprehensive apologetic case for Christian theism–proceeding from a defense of objective truth to a presentation of the key arguments for God from natural theology to a case for the credibility of Jesus, the incarnation and the resurrection. Throughout, Groothuis considers alternative views and how they fare intellectually.

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Anonymous says:

I’m not a Christian…and I loved it. While I am not a Christian, I take an intellectual interest in Christian apologetics. This book is exactly as it is subtitled – a comprehensive case for Biblical faith. I read the entire book cover to cover, and feel like some soft spots in my own worldview were exposed. Depending on mood, I move between agnosticism and deism. I think there are some robust arguments that can be made for the existence of a god, primarily in the form of natural theology. At one time I was contemptuous toward such…

Anonymous says:

Maybe the best overall introduction to Apologetics out there! I really enjoyed this book. I feel like it is possibly the best overall, comprehensive introduction to the study and practice of Apologetics. Groothuis has produced a very beneficial resource for both Christians and non-Christians. It is very readable, but not shallow.I have only 2 small disagreements. I disagree with his view of Progressive Creationism. I believe that it is an unnecessary accommodation to shady science. Plus, I don’t think that he accurately handles the biblical…

Anonymous says:

very easy to understand and grasp what they are trying to … Got this mandatory book for my class. Wasn’t too excited since this isn’t my kind of reading material. But I actually found myself enjoying it; very easy to understand and grasp what they are trying to teach. Very helpful and insightful. There was a lot of eye-openers for me and I definitely know that once I finish reading this textbook, I will walk away with more knowledge and wisdom than I had before.

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