The Augustine Way: Retrieving a Vision for the Church's Apologetic Witness - eBook
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The Augustine Way: Retrieving a Vision for the Church's Apologetic Witness - eBook  -     By: Joshua D. Chatraw, Mark D. Allen

The Augustine Way: Retrieving a Vision for the Church's Apologetic Witness - eBook

Baker Academic / 2023 / ePub

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Title: The Augustine Way: Retrieving a Vision for the Church's Apologetic Witness - eBook
By: Joshua D. Chatraw, Mark D. Allen
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2023
ISBN: 9781493442041
ISBN-13: 9781493442041
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What can we learn from Augustine about apologetics? This book shows how Augustine defended the faith in late antiquity and how his approach to engaging the culture has great significance for the apologetic task today.

Joshua Chatraw and Mark Allen, coauthors of the award-winning Apologetics at the Cross (an Outreach magazine and Gospel Coalition Resource of the Year), recover Augustine's mature apologetic voice to address the challenges facing today's church. The Augustine Way offers a compelling argument for Christian witness that is rooted in tradition and engaged with contemporary culture. It focuses on Augustine's best-known works, Confessions and The City of God, to retrieve his scriptural and ecclesial approach for a holistic apologetic witness.

This book will be useful for students as well as for pastors, church leaders, and practitioners of Christian apologetics. It puts pastors and churches back at the center of apologetics, transcending popular contemporary methods with a view to a more effective witness in post-Christendom.

Author Bio

Joshua D. Chatraw (PhD, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is executive director of the Center for Public Christianity, the lead teacher for New City Fellows, and theologian-in-residence at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Mark D. Allen (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is professor of biblical and theological studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He has served as a pastor and church planter for over twenty years.

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