|Apologetics to the Glory of God:|
By: John M. Frame
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Paperback / 266 pages
Publisher: Presbyterian & Reformed
Publication Date: February 1994
Here John M. Frame unveils some of the "variety and
richness of a biblical apologetic." Defining apologetics
as "the discipline that teaches Christians how to give a
reason for their hope," he distinguishes three main kinds
of apologetic: PROOF - presenting a rational basis for
faith DEFENSE - answering objections of unbelief OFFENSE -
exposing the foolishness of unbelieving thought. Frame
clarifies the relationships of reason, proofs, and
evidences to faith, biblical authority, and the lordship of
Christ. He offers a fresh look at probability arguments and
gives special attention to the problem of evil.
Particularly helpful are his extensive use of Scripture and
his presentation of specific lines of argument. A model
dialogue in the concluding chapter shows how the various
lines of argument work in a conversation with a nonbeliever.
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5
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Review By: Jonathan Barlow
Really great book -
especially helpful is the
closing sample dialogue
between a believer and an
unbeliever on a plane.
Review By: John Robbins
One of Frame's best.