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In an age of skepticism and disenchantment, people long for something that satisfies our mind’s search for truth and our heart’s desire for beauty and meaning. Stand Firm: Apologetics and the Brilliance of the Gospel argues that the gospel satisfies both of these needs. It is true and rational, but it is also inherently attractive and provides meaning and purpose. In short, the gospel is brilliant. It is brilliant, in one sense, because of the broad variety of evidences for its truth. But it is also brilliant given its beauty, goodness and the meaningful life it offers.
Stand Firm provides up to date responses to questions about the existence of God, the reliability of the Bible, Jesus and the resurrection, and the problem of evil. It also treats unique topics such as understanding truth, knowledge and faith, the claims of alternate faiths, religious disagreement, etc. Each chapter attempts to connect these considerations with the gospel, equipping readers to stand firm in their faith.
|Title: Stand Firm: Apologetics and the Brilliance of the Gospel|
By: Paul M. Gould, Travis Dickinson, R. Keith Loftin
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: B&H Academic
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.50 (inches)|
Weight: 13 ounces
Stock No: WW689246
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Paul M. Gould (PhD, Purdue University) teaches philosophy and apologetics at Oklahoma Baptist University and is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute.
Travis Dickinson is associate professor of philosophy and Christian apologetics at Scarborough College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
R. Keith Loftin is associate professor of philosophy and humanities and associate dean, Scarborough College at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.