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When we properly worship Jesus Christ in our hearts, we will begin to have the words to tell our generation about him. The Apostle Peter tells us as Christians that our purpose is to 'proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light' (1 Peter 2:9). The term 'apologetics' is just a fancy way of describing our privilege to proclaim the excellencies of our God. One of the ways of doing that is simply by answering questions - about you, me and God. William Edgar takes key questions often asked and gives us the basics to respond graciously and adequately to them: Who Am I? Only One Way? Must I Be Civil? Why Jesus Christ? What Kind of Book Is the Bible? Why Is there Cruelty? Is Sex a Problem? Has Darwin Refuted Genesis? How Hard Are Questions from Muslims? How to Change the World?
It can be difficult to ask questions, far less answer them. Perhaps you've felt that sometimes the questions you really want to ask just can't be answered. They're too difficult; too embarrassing; and perhaps you shouldn't be asking them anyway. William Edgar takes a selection of twenty-four questions just like that - questions that are asked by young adults just like you - and gives a biblical, common sense, unpatronising answer to each. Edgar tackles issues such as 'Where is God?' 'Can we trust the Bible?' 'What about love and sex?' 'Does God love gay people?' 'When will the World end?' 'Are there vampires?' 'Can I have real friends?'
Francis Schaeffer was one of the most influential apologists of the twentieth century. Through his speaking, writing, and filmmaking, Schaeffer successfully transformed the way people thought of the Christian faith, from a rather private kind of piety to a worldview that addresses every sphere of life. This volume--written by a man converted from agnosticism within days of meeting Schaeffer--is the first book devoted to exploring the heart and soul of Schaeffer's approach to the Christian life, and will help readers strive after the same kind of marriage of thought and life, of orthodoxy and love.
Defending the faith can be daunting, and a well-reasoned and biblically grounded apologetic is essential for the challenge. Following in the footsteps of groundbreaking apologist Cornelius Van Til, Scott Oliphint presents us with an introduction to Reformed apologetics as he sets forth the principles behind a distinctly "covenantal" approach. This book clearly explains the theological foundations of covenantal apologetics and illustrates its application in real-world conversations with unbelievers--helping Christians to boldly, knowledgeably, and winsomely proclaim the gospel.
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