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There is a great deal to be learned about a wide range of the different battlegrounds of apologetics here, with a chapter devoted to each one. My one gripe with this book is that its level of coverage of each subject is too narrow for it to be considered a book focused upon any individual realm of apologetics, yet it tries to be thorough enough with each of these numerous topics that the book itself ends up being over 750 pages to communicate points that certainly could have been communicated in half as many pages, and with a far lower reading level than it requires.
-It is fairly easy to read. (It's not as complex and difficult to read like William Lane Craig's book "Reasonable Faith.")
-Covers all the aspects of Christian apologetics (ID arguments, cosmological, ontological, etc.)
-Fairly up to date
-Lists the common objections for each of the arguments, and refutes it
-Gives great explanations in a Calivinistic way of explaining the problem of evil, rather than using the classic "free will" argument.
-Doesn't go in depth with a topic (Ex: "Signature in the Cell" by Stephen Meyer is like 550 pages on one topic of the DNA argument, whereas this book is covers about 10 pages of it)
-The first third of the book isn't that useful to me (Ex: It talks about the matters about why truth matters, why we should do apologetics, etc. Since I am already familiar with these topics, I felt a third of the book was not necessary for me, and it takes up a significant portion of the book.)
Other than that, this is an excellent book. If you want to go more in depth, I would buy the books that deal specifically with that topic. However, for a good feel of how all the apologetic arguments are, this is definitely a perfect buy for that reason. Overall, it's a good book, but I don't read it much anymore, other than just finding some references. If I want to know more about the evidences for the resurrection, I just look at Michael Licona's book, which is 650 pages of one topic.)
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