Apologetics books abound, but how did Jesus defend the faith? The Apologetics of Jesus presents the Savior at his convincing best. The most tentative Christian - or belligerent skeptic - will find meaty arguments for the Godhood of Christ through his parables, prophecies, and more. This hard-hitting resource shows how Christ led the curious to commitment.
In this book, written for both laypeople and ministry leaders alike, readers will find a new way of looking at the message and miracles of Christ and will be revived by the example of Christ's caring approach to dealing with doubters.
This book is mostly trivial. The average person would probably be board to tears. There is no application at all so it's very impractical. The dogmatism over nonessential issues is also somewhat nauseating. I would recommended just buying a normal apologetics book such as Geisler's I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist if you can get past his heretical views on creation expressed in that book.