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The author Greg Koukl has been on the forefront of Christian apologetics with his radio show, online writing and newsletter and has grown to become quite popular in Christian Evangelical circles today. This book is a great guide on the tactical methods of engaging someone who does not believe, a sub-genre among apologetics literature that Christian apologists can still work on. The book is wonderful in it’s layout, and very logical. It makes a great introduction for those who are beginning to…moreThe author Greg Koukl has been on the forefront of Christian apologetics with his radio show, online writing and newsletter and has grown to become quite popular in Christian Evangelical circles today. This book is a great guide on the tactical methods of engaging someone who does not believe, a sub-genre among apologetics literature that Christian apologists can still work on. The book is wonderful in it’s layout, and very logical. It makes a great introduction for those who are beginning to get their feet wet in defending their faith while at the same time provide good sharpening for seasoned apologists and perhaps new illustrations for one’s encounter. Loved it and would recommend it.¬† While not necessarily presuppositional, I believe Presuppositionalists can learn something still from this work.

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