The Christian world is slowly changing its reliance on a faith based solely on the unseen to one supported by actual, verifiable scientific proofs for Christianity. From the design of the universe to the reliability of biblical manuscripts, there are many observable and measurable evidences that Christians can cling to. Nathan Busenitz, assistant to John MacArthur at Grace Community Church, gives concise essays on many subjects, displaying a grasp of many aspects of apologetics. Dividing the book into six sections, Busenitz provides (after an introductory section) ten lines of evidence for belief in God, the Bible as the Word of God, the Gospels as historically reliable, Jesus (as Messiah, Son of God, and Savior), and Christ's resurrection. This is a great introductory text for apologetics, for handy quick reference, or as a gift to someone with a lot of questions.