Tag Archives: Apologetics

Making Sense of God (Book Review)

When I first learned that Tim Keller would be writing a book on helping skeptics, doubters, and otherwise secular-minded people to begin “doubting their doubts” and give Christianity a second look, I determined to read it carefully.  You see, as … Continue reading

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Fool’s Talk (Book Review)

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but it seems to be harder to talk to our friends and neighbors about the Bible, Christianity, and the gospel.  In one sense it has always been hard to talk about spiritual things because … Continue reading

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Tactics (Book Review)

My church is doing a Christian Apologetics adult class right now, so recently I’ve been on an apologetics and evangelism kick.  Takes me back to my college days when I cut my theological chops of finding answers to the questions … Continue reading

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The Case for a Creator (Book Review)

“Equal time.”  Sometimes when the other side of an issue is presented, opponents decry that both sides were not given the chance to argue their case.  “Bias!  Give us equal time.”  But this kind of objection is usually special pleading. … Continue reading

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The Case for the Real Jesus (Book Review)

It’s an interesting phenomenon.  Many popular Christian apologists are slow to adapt to the changing questions that unbelievers ask about the Christian faith, and the evolving strategies of antagonistic nonbelievers seeking to discredit Christianity.  The most recent change, at least … Continue reading

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Popologetics (Book Review)

I grew up in the 1980s, which was a glorious decade for popular culture.  Maybe not the most faith-friendly era, but for 80s kids who grew up in the church, there were a lot of fun entertainments that shaped us.  … Continue reading

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What’s Your Worldview (Book Review)

As the Global West becomes more pluralistic, individualistic, and secular, Christians have sought to evangelistically engage our neighbors through discussion on worldviews.  Worldview apologetics is the currently en vogue branch of the art and science of providing a humble defense … Continue reading

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