The best choice for a rational and systematic defense of Christianity. This expanded edition covers the existence of God, the problem of miracles, the claims of Christ and other topics.
“First, the theory cannot account for the physicality of the appearances” (Page 287)
“of testing and verification that are employed in the secular sciences.” (Page 27)
“The fundamental principle of the Augustinian tradition throughout the Middle Ages was fides quaerens intellectum: faith seeking understanding.” (Page 18)
“Apologetics (from the Greek apologia: a defense) is that branch of Christian theology which seeks to provide a rational justification for the truth claims of the Christian faith.” (Page xi)
“The ontological argument attempts to prove from the very concept of God that God exists: if God is conceivable, then he must actually exist.” (Page 79)