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Do seekers' questions and criticisms catch you unaware? Here's your go-to resource for defending the Christian faith in our changing culture. Targeting the pressing issues of our time, A New Kind of Apologist features more than 20 leading apologists addressing controversial topics including transgender lifestyles, the rise of Islam, economic and political realities, religious freedom, and more.
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
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A New Kind of Apologist, edited by Sean McDowell and with contributions from more than 20 leading apologists, is the go-to resource for effectively defending the Christian faith in our changing culture. In it you'll discover:
- important topics often ignored by apologists, such as transgender issues, religious freedom, and the intersection of economics and apologetics
- a new kind of apologetics that is relational, gracious, and holistic
- interviews with both seasoned apologists and skeptics, providing insights into how to do apologetics effectively in today's culture
A New Kind of Apologist addresses the latest issues, including
- "Connecting Apologetics to the Heart"
- "Teaching Apologetics to the Next Generation"
- "Apologetics in our Sexually Broken Culture"
- "Apologetics and Islam"
- "Apologetics and Religious Freedom"
and adopts fresh strategies for reaching those who are outside the church with the truth of the gospel.
Sean McDowell is an educator and a popular speaker at schools, churches, and conferences nationwide. He is author of Ethix: Being Bold in a Whatever World, coauthor of 77 FAQs About God and the Bible, Experience Your Bible, and Understanding Intelligent Design, and general editor of Apologetics for a New Generation and The Apologetics Study Bible for Students. He is currently pursuing a PhD in apologetics and worldview studies. Sean’s website, www.seanmcdowell.org, offers his blog, many articles and videos, and much additional curriculum.
cbcarter4 Stars Out Of 5engagingAugust 27, 2016cbcarterQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4McDowell has put out an easy read that covers a comprehensive area of witnessing to todays society. Taking cues from the relational-incarnational school of apologetics, he focuses on showing the love, care, and compassion of Christ to those whom God places in our path. This book may not help much regarding a five minute conversation during a bus ride, it still sets the tone that may help people to be more receptive to our message. The book does no damage to those with strong views of God's sovereignty and election, but merely seeks to assist us in our skills pertaining to a loving and humble presentation of the gospel.