Christian Confidence is a one-stop shop for young Christians who want to bring composure and knowledge to conversations of faith in the twenty-first century. As readers work through the history, theory and practice of apologetics, they will find that defending the faith is not a chore but a practice, meant to bring unity and coherence to the Christian life.
Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli present a condensed version of their popular Handbook of Christian Apologetics,summarizing the foremost arguments for major Christian teachings and offering compelling responses to the most common arguments put forward against Christianity.
When we look at nature, whether at our living earth or into deepest space, what do we find? Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt take you on a journey that reveals a universe shot through with meaning, designed to be intelligible on multiple levels, and one that points to God himself.
Peter Kreeft imagines what would happen if Socrates woke up today and enrolled in divinity school. Kreeft's new introduction for this edition highlights the inspirations for the book and the key questions of truth and faith it addresses.
Reasonable, concise, witty and wise, Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli have written an informative and valuable guidebook for anyone looking for answers to questions of faith and reason. Topics include the existence of God, creation and evolution, providence and free will, miracles, the problem of evil, the divinity of Christ, the resurrection, heaven and hell and objective truth.
In Paul Chamberlain's intriguing, inventive book, the pivotal questions of ethics and morality are explored by a cast of five: a Christian, atheist, moral relativist, evolutionist and secular humanist.
Dr. Timothy Johnson, medical editor for ABC News, discloses his deeply personal journey of faith, investigating the plausibility of God's existence and exploring the significance of the person of Jesus. Despite all the difficulties of faith, he explains what he believes and why.
Does Christianity hold up under scrutiny? Mark Lanier, one of America's top trial lawyers, uses his experienced legal eye to examine the plausibility of the Christian faith. Bringing science, current knowledge, and common sense together in a courtroom approach, this "trial" elucidates a rich understanding of God and a strong foundation for Christian faith.
"C. S. Lewis died in 1963, but I met him last week." Robert Velarde tells of an imaginative journey in which the literature professor mysteriously appears in a patient's hospital room. "Call me Jack," the writer says as he invites the patient to step into a wardrobe. From there the two embark on a remarkable journey through Lewis's life.
On November 22, 1963, three great men died within a few hours of each other: C. S. Lewis, John F. Kennedy, and Aldous Huxley. Combining logical argument with literary narrative, Peter Kreeft imagines a lively and informative dialogue between these three men about life after death and the claims of Jesus.
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