Christian apologetics remains a popular and widely read genre, but even the best-sellers in the field can come across as scholarly, heady, and hard to decipher, like they are introducing a confusing new language for faith. It doesn't have to be so difficult.
In Hardwired, James Miller uses humor, metaphor, and whimsy to empower you to find God without a PhD. In fun and readable prose, Miller asserts that apologetics is not about investigating and testing evidence of God. It is, he says, about plugging into what you already know about God and yourself: mining knowledge that has been forgotten, unrealized, or - perhaps - ignored.
Our very humanity proves God's existence. Whether we are seeking faith, are questioning faith, have some faith or none at all, we need only to examine our lives, our human existence, to find a clear explanations for the "case for God." If you're seeking reason, confidence, or the language to effectively communicate what you believe, look no further. Hardwired is that book, that confidence, that accessible wisdom - and that language!
It's time to plug in.