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Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics

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“Be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in you,” wrote the apostle Peter. That is what apologetics is all about. Here is a concise, informative guide for anyone looking for answers to questions of faith and reason. Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli have condensed their popular Handbook of Christian Apologetics, summarizing the foremost arguments for major Christian teachings and offering compelling responses to the most common arguments put forward against Christianity. In this book, you’ll find answers to questions about faith and reason, the existence of God, creation and evolution, the reliability of the Bible, and life after death, among others. The Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics is the place to begin for people with questions about Christianity.

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“Another, deeper reason why some people scorn apologetic reasoning is that they decide with their hearts much more than with their heads whether to believe or not. The heart is our center, not the head. But apologetics gets at the heart through the head. The head is important precisely because it is a gate to the heart. We can love only what we know.” (Page 9)

“In other words, every possible argument against every Christian doctrine has a rational mistake in it somewhere and therefore can be answered by reason alone.” (Page 18)

“Martin’s title). Increasingly, the very idea of objective truth is being ignored, abandoned or attacked—especially by the educational and media establishments, who mold our minds.” (Page 11)

“Propositions are many, but the ultimate object of faith is one. The ultimate object of faith is not words but God’s Word (singular)—indeed, God himself.” (Page 13)

“Pascal says that there are three kinds of people: those who have sought God and found him, those who are seeking and have not yet found, and those who neither seek nor find. The first are reasonable and happy, the second are reasonable and unhappy, the third are both unreasonable and unhappy.” (Page 29)


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