To Everyone an Answer
In a society fascinated by spirituality but committed to religious pluralism, the Christian worldview faces sophisticated and aggressive opposition. A prior commitment to diversity, with its requisite openness and relativistic outlook, has meant for skeptics, critics and even many Christians that whatever Christianity is, it cannot be exclusively true or salvific.
What is needed in this syncretistic era is an authoritative, comprehensive Christian response. Point by point, argument by argument, the Christian faith must be effectively presented and defended. To Everyone an Answer: A Case for the Christian Worldview offers such a response.
Editors Francis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig and J. P. Moreland have gathered together in this book essays covering all major aspects of apologetics, including:
Preeminent in their respective fields, the contributors to this volume offer a solid case for the Christian worldview and a coherent defense of the Christian faith.
To Everyone an Answer is intentionally an accessible and readable book. Its thorough name, subject, and Scripture indexes are helpful study aids. Clergy and students will likely benefit most from this book. Doubtless, informed laity, and of course, curious non-Christians will find it informative as well.
"Written specifically for students, it intends to supply them with the background and materials to defend their faith in a culturally and religiously plural world . . . Thorough overview of all the most important issues."
"The practical nature of these essays makes the book useful to the preacher as well as to the academic apologist . . . seminary students ought to purchase [it]"
Foreword - Josh McDowell
Introduction - Francis J. Beckwith
Part 1: Faith, Reason and the Necessity of Apologetics - Introduction by William Lane Craig
1. Knowing Christianity Is True: The Relationship Between Faith and Reason - Thomas A. Howe and Richard G. Howe
2. Defending the Defense of Faith - Craig J. Hazen
3. Applying Apologetics to Everyday Life - Gregory P. Koukl
Part 2: God's Existence - Introduction by Francis J. Beckwith
4. The Kalam Cosmological Argument - R. Douglas Geivett
5. An Information-Theoretic Design Argument - William A. Dembski
6. A Thomistic Cosmological Argument - W. David Beck
7. A Moral Argument - Paul Copan
8. The Ontological Argument - William Lane Craig
Part 3: Christ and Miracles - Introduction by William Lane Craig
9. The Christology of Jesus Revisited - Ben Witherington III
10. Miracles - Winfried Corduan
11. The Case for Christ's Resurrection - Gary R. Habermas
Part 4: Philosophical and Cultural Challenges to Christian Faith - Introduction by J. P. Moreland
12. The Problem of Evil - Ronald H. Nash
13. Physicalism, Naturalism and the Nature of Human Persons - J. P. Moreland
14. Facing the Challenge of Postmodernism - Douglas Groothuis
15. Legislating Morality - Michael Bauman
16. Darwin, Design and the Public Schools - Francis J. Beckwith
Part 5: Religious Challenges to Christian Faith - Introduction by Francis J. Beckwith
17. Religious Pluralism and Christian Exclusivism - David K. Clark
18. Eastern Thought - Ravi Zacharias
19. Mormonism - Carl Mosser and Paul Owen
20. Islam - Abdul Saleeb
Conclusion - J. P. Moreland
About Norman L. Geisler
About the Contributors
Index of Names
Index of Subjects