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An Introduction to the Study of Christian Apologetics
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An Introduction to the Study of Christian Apologetics

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The University Press of Sewanee Tennessee 1912

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$7.49

Overview

Learn apologetics from a distinctly Episcopalian point of view. Writing especially for ordination candidates in the Episcopal Church, Arthur Gray presents basic apologetics for ministers. According to him, most approaches to apologetics fail to distinguish between naturalism and idealism. He explores the differences between these worldviews, asserting that only those who share a belief in idealism will be convinced of Christian claims.

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Further explore classic teachings in apologetics with Classic Studies in Christian Apologetics.

Key Features

  • Presents apologetics from a distinctly Episcopalian point of view
  • Provides basic apologetics for ministers in the Episcopal Church
  • Explores the differences between naturalism and idealism

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About Arthur R. Gray

Arthur R. Gray (1875–1933) was a chaplain and professor at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. He is the author of An Introduction to the Study of Christian Apologetics.