• Can We Be Good Without God?

    Can We Be Good Without God?

    A Conversation About Truth, Morality, Culture a Few Other Things That Matter

    by Paul Chamberlain

    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.

  • C. S. Lewis & Francis Schaeffer

    C. S. Lewis Francis Schaeffer

    Lessons for a New Century from the Most Influential Apologists of Our Time

    by Scott R. Burson and Jerry L. Walls

    Scott R. Burson and Jerry L. Walls compare and contrast the thought of Lewis and Schaeffer, point out strengths and weaknesses of their apologetics, and suggest what these two thinkers still offer us in light of postmodernism and other cultural currents that have changed the apologetic landscape.

  • The Prophet & the Messiah

    The Prophet & the Messiah

    An Arab Christian's Perspective on Islam & Christianity

    by Chawkat Moucarry

    Calling Christians and Muslims to engage in genuine dialogue, Chawkat Moucarry describes and compares the central doctrines (and debunks the common misconceptions) of Christianity and Islam.

  • True Truth

    True Truth

    Defending Absolute Truth in a Relativistic World

    by Art Lindsley

    Art Lindsley ably demonstrates that faith in Christ is necessarily opposed to and incompatible with the abuses of oppression, arrogance, intolerance, self-righteousness, closed-mindedness and defensiveness. Surprisingly, he shows that it is relativism which often harbors dangerous, inflexible absolutisms.

  • Escape from Reason

    Escape from Reason

    IVP Classics

    by Francis A. Schaeffer
    Foreword by J. P. Moreland

    Truth is no longer based on reason. What we feel is now the truest reality. Yet despite our obsession with the emotive and the experiential, we still face anxiety, despair, and purposelessness. Tracing trends in twentieth century thought, Francis A. Schaeffer shows that Christianity offers meaning where there is purposelessness and hope where there is despair.

  • Why Good Arguments Often Fail

    Why Good Arguments Often Fail

    Making a More Persuasive Case for Christ

    by James W. Sire

    Why is it that solid, rational arguments for the Christian faith often fail? James Sire, public defender of the Christian faith, has asked himself that question. Sometimes the arguments themselves just aren't that good. How can we make them better? Sire offers insights on making a persuasive case for Christ.

  • Is Belief in God Good, Bad or Irrelevant?

    Is Belief in God Good, Bad or Irrelevant?

    A Professor and a Punk Rocker Discuss Science, Religion, Naturalism Christianity

    Edited by Preston Jones

    Preston Jones (a Christian history professor and music fan) and Greg Graffin (a punk rocker with a Ph.D. in zoology) conversed via e-mail about knowledge, evil, biology, evolution, religion, God, destiny and the nature of reality. While they find some places to agree, neither one convinces the other of his perspective. Which worldview is more plausible? You decide.

  • Finding God in the Questions

    Finding God in the Questions

    A Personal Journey

    by Timothy Johnson

    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.

  • C. S. Lewis's Case for Christ

    C. S. Lewis's Case for Christ

    Insights from Reason, Imagination and Faith

    by Art Lindsley

    There can be many obstacles to faith, as C. S. Lewis discovered. But he overcame them to become one of Christianity's most ardent warriors of the faith. Art Lindsley provides a readable introduction to C. S. Lewis's reflections on objections to belief in Jesus Christ and the compelling reasons why Lewis came to affirm the truth of Christianity.

  • Christianity on Trial

    Christianity on Trial

    A Lawyer Examines the Christian Faith

    by W. Mark Lanier

    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.

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