The faith has been defended by great and articulate voices down the centuries. But the challenge of scientific atheism means we now need a fresh and flexible approach.
Alister McGrath is ideally placed to offer robust and intriguing insights into the biblical basis for apologetics and its historical uses. He explores different pointers to faith, such as our innate sense of longing for justice, our appreciation of beauty and the order we see in the physical world. Various approaches to sharing our faith with others are outlined, and McGrath shows how explanations, arguments, stories and images are all right and useful ways to communicate what we believe.
Practical, insightful and warmly affirming, this book will have you longing for a chance to put these techniques into practice.
‘Mere Apologetics helps readers work out their own way to effectively communicate and defend the gospel. A great read for both beginning and experienced apologists.’ – Jim Sire, author of The Universe Next Door.