Gordon Lewis presents the Christian position in a thought provoking and clear manner. In this fine treatment of truth claims for Christianity, he marshalls a defense of Christianity that includes a presentation of the outstanding apologetic systems of the past. Major apologetic systems evaluated are the pure empiricism of J.Oliver Buswell, Jr., the rational empiricism of Stuart C. Hackett, the rationalism of Gordon H. Clark, the biblical authoritarianism of Cornelius Van Til. the mysticism of Earl E. Barrett, and the verificational approach of Edward John Camel!. Other contemporary apologists whose positions are treated include Francis Schaeffer, C. S. Lewis, Clark Pinnock, Norman Geisler, Bernard Ramm, and John W. Montgomery. Though scholarly for textbook purposes. the treatment is always eminently readable. .A fine glossary of philosophical terms at the end of the book affords easy access to this material for the uninitiated student or lay Christian.
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Book Description Moody Press, Chicago, 1980. Softbound. Book Condition: Fair to Good. 363pp index. Tape repair on cover. Label marking and creasing on covers; water marks on edges. Bookseller Inventory # 103644
Book Description Moody Press, Chicago, 1980. Softbound. Book Condition: Good to Very Good. 363pp index. Bookseller Inventory # 109715
Book Description Moody Press, 1980. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # P020802485944