Bulldozing "worldly nonsense" with biblical wisdom, Sproul's seasoned insight equips you with the necessary tools for opposing the non-Christian philosophies of our age. Tearing Down Strongholds reminds us that, as Paul put it, Christians are at war. Writing for both believers and non-believers, R.C. Sproul, Jr., does three things. He shows how each major non-Christian worldview is self-contradictory and thus self-refuting. He answers the criticisms leveled against Christianity, and he makes a positive case for the existence of God. He seeks not merely to expose falsehoods but to highlight the firm foundation on which our faith is built.
table of contentsIntroductionPart 1: The End of the Dinosaurs 1. The Enlightenment Failure 2. Negatively Positivist 3. Unnaturally Naturalists 4. Misbehaving BehavioristsPart 2: The New Ice Age 5. Impractical Pragmatists 6. Skeptical of Skepticism 7. Subjected to Subjectivism 8. Relatively Relativist 9. Nothing but Nothing 10. Transcending the ImminentPart 3: After Darkness, Light 11. I Gotta Be Me 12. To Be or Not to Be 13. To See or Not to See 14. Gidlty 15. The God Who Is There 16. Tearing Down StrongholdsConclusion
Have a question about this product? Ask us here.