Persuasions

by Douglas J. Wilson     |     Book Summary


Author: Douglas J. Wilson
Publisher: Canon Press
Date: 1997
Pages: 96

Book Summary of Persuasions by Douglas J. Wilson


Do you ever wonder how to go about answering the questions and objections to Christianity that friends raise? Do you ever struggle, yourself, with doubts regarding the reasonableness of your faith?

In Persuasions, Douglas Wilson has provided a short, fun book which is a wonderful help.

The narrator dreams he sees Evangelist walking a road which leads in one direction to the City or, in the other, to the Abyss. Evangelist meets other travellers, each headed, for different reasons and according to different persuasions, towards the Abyss. As they talk, the Great Persuasion unfolds before our eyes.

These dreamt debates hold more clarity than we might expect in the real world, but each position (feminism, atheism, pantheism, agnosticism, etc) is countered with arguments demonstrating the reasonableness of belief and pointing to the truth of the gospel of Christ.





Persuasions

by Douglas J. Wilson

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Book Summary of Persuasions by Douglas J. Wilson

AuthorDouglas J. Wilson
PublisherCanon Press
Date1997
Pages96


Overview:

Do you ever wonder how to go about answering the questions and objections to Christianity that friends raise? Do you ever struggle, yourself, with doubts regarding the reasonableness of your faith?

In Persuasions, Douglas Wilson has provided a short, fun book which is a wonderful help.

The narrator dreams he sees Evangelist walking a road which leads in one direction to the City or, in the other, to the Abyss. Evangelist meets other travellers, each headed, for different reasons and according to different persuasions, towards the Abyss. As they talk, the Great Persuasion unfolds before our eyes.

These dreamt debates hold more clarity than we might expect in the real world, but each position (feminism, atheism, pantheism, agnosticism, etc) is countered with arguments demonstrating the reasonableness of belief and pointing to the truth of the gospel of Christ.