Holman QuickSource Guide to Christian Apologetics

ISBN-10: 080549460X

ISBN-13: 9780805494600

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Authors: Doug Powell

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- Chapters include: 1. What Is Apologetics? 2. The Cosmological Argument for God's Existence 3. The Teleological Argument for God's Existence 4. The Axiological Argument for God's Existence 5. Which God Exists? 6. Where Did the New Testament Come From? 7. Is the New Testament Reliable? 8. ExtraBiblical Evidence for Jesus 9. Is the Old Testament Reliable? 10. The Fulfillment of Prophecy 11. What About Miracles? 12. Was Jesus Raised from Death? 13. Did Jesus Claim to Be God? Is He the Only Way? 14. How can God allow Evil, Pain, and Suffering?
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List price: $14.99
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 7/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 5.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

What Is Apologetics?
Supermarket or Antidote?
Apologetics Is for Believers as Well
Apologetics in the Bible
Use and Abuse
Tollers and Jack
Conclusion
Does God Exist? The Cosmological Argument
Definitions
The Kalam Cosmological Argument
The Thomist Cosmological Argument
The Leibnizian Cosmological Argument
Scientific Arguments
Conclusion
Does God Exist? The Design Argument
The Watchmaker
The Argument
The History
Different Flavors of the Argument
Fine-tuning as Design: The Anthropic Principle
Information as Design: Information Theory and DNA
Complexity as Design: Irreducible Complexity
Tactical Note
Conclusion
Does God Exist? The Moral Argument
Definitions
Relativism
Cultural Relativism
Conventionalism
Ethical Subjectivism
Objective Morality
Where Does Morality Come From?
Where Do God's Morals Come From?
What About Conflicting Morals?
Conclusion
Which God Exists?
The Elephant and the Blind Wise Men
The Glass Slipper
Atheism
Agnosticism
Pantheism
Panentheism
Finite Godism
Polytheism
Deism
Monotheism
Conclusion
Where Did the New Testament Come From?
The Challenge
Who Chose the Books and How Were They Chosen?
Who Wrote the Books?
Dating the Gospels
Dating Paul's Writings
What About the Books That Were Left Out?
Conclusion
Is the New Testament Reliable?
The Problem with the New Testament
Textual Criticism
Transmission
Manuscript Authority
Thousands of Errors?
Archaeological and Non-Christian Writings
Is the New Testament the Inspired Word of God?
Conclusion
Is the Old Testament Reliable?
Why Pay Attention to the Old Testament?
What Is the Old Testament?
How Was the Old Testament Written?
The Difference Between the Tanakh and the Old Testament
The Septuagint
The Talmudists
The Massoretes
The Dead Sea Scrolls
The Apocrypha
Archaeological Corroboration
Conclusion
Do Miracles Happen?
What Is a Miracle?
The Context and Possibility of Miracles
Does Natural Science Show That Miracles Cannot Happen?
Does Experience Show That Miracles Cannot Happen?
What Is the Purpose of Miracles?
What About Miracles That Appear Cruel?
What About Miracles Not Done by God?
Miracles of Other Religions
Buddhism
Hinduism
Islam
Conclusion
What About Prophecy?
Who Were the Prophets and What Is Prophecy?
Examples of Prophecy Fulfilled in the Old Testament
The City of Tyre
The Kingdom of Edom
Alexander the Great
Prophecies of the Coming of Christ
Daniel's Seventy Weeks
Conclusion
The Resurrection?
What Is at Stake?
What Is Resurrection?
Just the Facts
Swoon Theory
Twin Theory
Stolen Body
Hallucination Theory
Wrong Tomb
The Alien Theory
Legend
The Quranic Account of Resurrection
The Biblical Account of Resurrection
Conclusion
Did Jesus Claim to Be God? Is Jesus the Only Way?
God or Fraud?
The Messiah Question
Jesus Never Said, "I Am God"
Blasphemy(?)
The Forgiving of Sins
Acceptance of Worship
Is Jesus the Only Way to God?
Conclusion
How Could God Allow Evil?
What Is Evil?
Theodicy and Defense
The Logical Argument from Evil
The Evidential Argument from Evil
The Problem of Evil Redefined
Why Doesn't God Destroy Evil?
The Solution to the Problem of Evil
Methodology
The Toolbox
Classical Apologetics
Evidentialism
Presuppositionalism
Fideism
Interaction and Critique
Integrative Apologetics
Conclusion
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