Christianity is experiencing a strong revival in apologetic thinking, a development much welcomed in a time of flux. Christian Apologetics: Past & Present, Volume 2 1500 to Present, editors William Edgar and K. Scott oliphant argue in their introduction that nothing more important than having access to the manuscripts of Christian apologists thro0ugghout the ages will better prepare us here and now for the task of defending the Christian faith.
Here, in Volume 2, a one-of-a-kind resource takes a sweeping look at apologetics from the Reformation to the present. Readings from twenty-six apologists, including Martin Luther, John Calvin, Blaise Pascal, Jonathan Edwards, Sxren Kierkegaard, Francis Schaeffer, Alvin Plantinga, and William Lane Craig are included. With editorial commentary and questions for reflection, Christian Apologetics Past and Present will prove a valuable text for students as well as a unique resource for those interested in defending the faith, especially among students, pastors and other advanced laity.