To Everyone an Answer

by Francis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland     |     Book Summary


Author: Francis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Date: 2004
Pages: 396

Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne


Defending the Christian faith against critics is not only supported by Scripture but is a crucial and necessary aspect of understanding, promoting, and upholding Christianity in a post-Christian world. 

Defending one’s belief in this way is known as apologetics, a subdiscipline of Christian theology that “seeks to provide rational warrant for Christianity’s truth claims” (p. 19). Though revelation is an important aspect of Christianity, many claims about Christ and God are within the limits of reason, and legitimate rational arguments can be developed to defend and prove those claims.

In the secular world of the 21st century, Christianity, alongside many other religions, receives a significant amount of criticism in both public and private settings. It is crucial that we as Christians know how to champion our faith even against its most erudite, logical, and forceful detractors.

A firm basis for a Christian apologetic method can be built by examining:

  1. Faith, reason, and the necessity of apologetics
  2. God’s existence
  3. Christ and miracles
  4. Philosophical and cultural challenges to the Christian faith
  5. Religious challenges to the Christian faith.





To Everyone an Answer

by Francis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

AuthorFrancis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland
PublisherIntervarsity Press
Date2004
Pages396


Overview:

Defending the Christian faith against critics is not only supported by Scripture but is a crucial and necessary aspect of understanding, promoting, and upholding Christianity in a post-Christian world. 

Defending one’s belief in this way is known as apologetics, a subdiscipline of Christian theology that “seeks to provide rational warrant for Christianity’s truth claims” (p. 19). Though revelation is an important aspect of Christianity, many claims about Christ and God are within the limits of reason, and legitimate rational arguments can be developed to defend and prove those claims.

In the secular world of the 21st century, Christianity, alongside many other religions, receives a significant amount of criticism in both public and private settings. It is crucial that we as Christians know how to champion our faith even against its most erudite, logical, and forceful detractors.

A firm basis for a Christian apologetic method can be built by examining:

  1. Faith, reason, and the necessity of apologetics
  2. God’s existence
  3. Christ and miracles
  4. Philosophical and cultural challenges to the Christian faith
  5. Religious challenges to the Christian faith.




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