By Louis Markos
The shiny and persuasive arguments of C. S. Lewis led to a shift within the self-discipline of apologetics, relocating the dialog from the ivory tower to the general public sq.. The ensuing pressure of renowned apologetics—which weaves via Lewis into twentieth-century writers like Francis Schaeffer and smooth apologists like William Lane Craig, Josh McDowell, and Lee Strobel—has built numerous believers to protect their religion opposed to its detractors.
Apologetics for the Twenty-first Century makes use of Lewis’s paintings because the place to begin for an soaking up survey of the most important apologists and significant arguments that tell apologetics at the present time. Like apologists sooner than him, Markos writes to have interaction Christians of all denominations in addition to seekers and skeptics. His narrative, “man of letters” type and brief chapters make Apologetics for the Twenty-first Century simply obtainable for the final reader. yet an intensive and seriously annotated bibliography, specific timeline, record of in demand apologists, and thesaurus of universal phrases will fulfill the interest of the pro educational, because the ebook prepares all readers to satisfy the actual demanding situations of protecting the religion today.
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Apologetics for the Twenty-first Century by Louis Markos