Celebrated Christian apologist Peter S. Williams has published several books responding to intellectual challenges to Christianity with robust wit and acute cultural sensitivity. Selecting two of his most recent works, this collection battles contemporary atheism and guides readers to the spiritual freedom found in Christ. In C.S. Lewis vs the New Atheists, Williams wields the arguments of preeminent twentieth-century apologist C.S. Lewis against the arguments of Hitchens, Dawkins, and other prominent anti-theists. In the second volume, an examination of the Gospel accounts, Williams’ Understanding Jesus reveals weaknesses in quests for the historical Jesus and defends the orthodox Christian understanding of Jesus.
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Peter S. Williams is a philosopher and apologist and assistant professor of communication and worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication in Norway. He is also the author of A Sceptics Guide to Atheism, I Wish I could Believe in Meaning, The Case for Angels, and The Case for God.