Mere Apologetics Paperback
How to Help Seekers and Sceptics Find Faith
by Alister McGrath;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
From the author of The Dawkins Delusion, this book is a fresh introduction to Apologetics and the defence of the Gospels.
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The faith has been defended by great and articulate voices down the centuries. But the challenges of scientific atheism mean we now need a fresh and flexible approach.
Alister McGrath is ideally placed to offer robust and intriguing insights into the biblical basis for apologetics and its historical uses.
He explores different pointers to faith, such as our innate sense of longing for justice, our appreciation for beauty, and the order we see in the physical world. Various approaches to sharing our faith with others are outlined and McGrath shows how explanations, arguments, stories, and images are all right and useful ways to communicate what we believe.
Armed with the tools we need to engage others on this subject, we are guided on choosing the best approach for our particular personality and how we can adapt our approach to suit our audience.
Practical, insightful and warmly affirming, this book will have you longing for a chance to put these techniques into practise.
Mere Apologetics by Alister McGrath was published by SPCK in March 2016 and is our 3488th best seller. The ISBN for Mere Apologetics is 9780281075102.
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Details for Mere Apologetics
|Author / Artist||Alister McGrath|
|Publisher||SPCK (March 2016)|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||17th August 2017|