Christian Apologetics

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Baker Academic, Mar 1, 1988 - Religion - 393 pages
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At a time when the Christian church faces an ever-increasing challenge from a secular and pluralistic culture, leading apologist Norman Geisler provides a substantive resource for answering the challenge. "Christian Apologetics" addresses issues such as Deism, Theism, Christ's authority, and inspiration of the Bible. Geisler's systematic approach presents both methods and reasons for defending the claims of Christianity. (58)
  

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User Review  - Love - Christianbook.com

Have reached the half way point. It takes considerable effort to read/reread passages to an understanding of what is being described. Excellent book in terms of logic, but concepts are challenging to ... Read full review

Necessary Book-not a may read but a must read!!

User Review  - Kali - Christianbook.com

This is one book that changed my world-view. Geisler shows you how to reduce complex philosophical theories to their basic assertions and then shows you how self-defeating they are. This is probably ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Testimony
15
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Miracles
27
Jesuss Apologetic Use of the Resurrection
47
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Reason
65
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Parables
79
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Discourse
89
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Prophecy
103
Jesuss Apologetic Use of Arguments for God
115
Jesuss Alleged AntiApologetic Passages
129
Jesuss Life as an Apologetic
147
Jesus and the Role of the Holy Spirit in Apologetics
167
Jesuss Apologetic Method
185
Notes
199
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About the author (1988)

Norman L. Geisler (PhD, Loyola University of Chicago) has taught at top evangelical schools for over fifty years and is distinguished professor of apologetics and theology at Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California. He is the author of more than seventy books, including the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics.

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