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Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics



 
Paul Copan & William Lane Craig, Eds.

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This volume of nineteen essays raises classical philosophical questions in fresh ways, addresses contemporary challenges for the church, and will deepen the thinking of the next generation of apologists. Packed with dynamic topical discussions and informed by the latest scholarship, these essays interact with the most current challenges facing Christians today, including Bart Ehrman's assault on the historicity of Jesus' resurrection, Christianity's supposed connection to ancient pagan mystery cults (popularized in the internet movie Zeitgeist), and the ubiquitous atheist argument that the Old Testament endorses both slavery and genocide.

Contributors include J. P. Moreland (“Four Degrees of Postmodernism”), William Lane Craig (“Objections So Bad That I Couldn’t Have Made Them Up”), Gary R. Habermas (“How to Respond When God Gives You the Silent Treatment”), Craig Keener (“Gospel Truth: The Historical Reliability of the Gospels”), and Paul Copan (“Does the Old Testament Endorse Slavery?”).  The book is divided into the following five sections:

• Apologetics, Culture, and the Kingdom of God
• The God Question
• The Gospels and the Historical Jesus
• Ancient Israel and Other Religions
• Christian Uniqueness and the World’s Religions