Anyone else read these? I’ve read bits and pieces (and a ton of quotes) from Mere Christianity, and got partway through Tactics, which I pick up from time to time. I’d lpve to know what you think about them.
Advice from STEPHEN BEDARD of Hope’s Reason
Apologists are spoiled when it comes to apologetic material. The problem is not finding enough but knowing where to start. What kind of books should a person just getting into apologetics read? Here are some suggestions.
1. Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis. This is the classic book on apologetics. The reason you need to read it is not just for the information but for the example of how a Christian layperson engaged an unbelieving world on the truth of Christianity.
2. Reason for God by Timothy Keller. This is a great book on apologetics as it comes from a pastor’s heart. This is not just an academic discussion but an engagement with real people.
3. Tactics by Greg Koukl. This is one of the best books out there on how to engage in dialogue with people who disagree with you. You should…
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