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Apologetics For The Twenty First Century

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The vibrant and persuasive arguments of C. S. Lewis brought about a shift in the discipline of apologetics, moving the conversation from the ivory tower to the public square. The resulting strain of popular apologetics—which weaves through Lewis into twentieth-century writers like Francis Schaeffer and modern apologists like William Lane Craig, Josh McDowell, and Lee Strob

Kindle Edition, 274 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2010)
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Louis Markos holds the Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities at Houston Baptist University. He is also an expert in C.S. Lewis' writings and thought. In fact, the Teaching Company has a course that is taught by Markos available. It is there that I first encountered Markos on Lewis, and I was very impressed.
The book opens with Markos discussing the apologetic value of C.S. Lewis' works. As an expert in Lewis' thought, Markos digs deeply into it to show us the value of the apparent simplicity of what
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Markos has a good understanding of the apologetics used by Lewis, Chesterton, etc. The first part of the book is devoted to exploring them and how they defended Christianity. The second is a basic course in classical apologetics. While the second half is good, it is the first half of the book that is truly outstanding. Markos displays an in depth knowledge and deftly examines his subject. In the second half, the chapter on postmodern apologetics is the best and flows very naturally from his know ...more
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