Centuries of wrangling with Bible difficulties has culminated in a comprehensive network covering the interrelated theological strains making up modern day apologetics. Over 100 contributors bring their expertise to this tome, offering the modern-day apologist the wealth of many centuries of dedicated study.
From personalities like Josephus up to and including modern thinkers such as Os Guinness and Anthony Flew, and covering topics as diverse as fantasy, solipsism, and mass culture, this wide-ranging single-volume reference contains much to commend it to the serious student of apologetics and evangelism. Six preliminary articles covering issues such as differing approaches to apologetics and the non-western world's experience with apologetics constitute the first, much smaller section, leaving much of the rest of the book for alphabetical listings.
Features include: A focus different than most other encyclopedias by focusing exclusively on apologetics and related topics; over 400 articles (many biographical entries with comprehensive subject listings as well); blind entries, cross-references, and individual-entry bibliographies; three full indexes covering names, subjects, and articles.
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