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Reasons of the Heart: Recovering Christian Persuasion Paperback – May 1, 2003
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"Effective apologetics is an art: it addresses the whole person--mind, emotion, and will. With insight and practical wisdom, Edgar outlines, clarifies, and illustrates the complex apologetic tasks. What intrigues me most is his explanation of how the Bible itself--from start to finish--engages in apologetics. Excellent for both beginning and veteran apologists.
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William Edgar is professor of apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary, as well as an ordained minister, a musicologist, and a jazz musician. His published works include The Face of Truth and articles on cultural apologetics, the music of Brahms, and African-American life.
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In this brief but well-rounded apology for apologetics, Edgar describes both obstacles and opportunities related to the recovery of Christian apologetics today. Edgar also lays the biblical foundations for apologetics and leads us in the practice of apologetics by addressing a number of barriers to belief. Further, by centering his discussion on Pascal's dictum that "we know the truth not only through our reason but also through our heart" Edgar manages to promote an apologetic that is clear and compelling yet at the same time inviting and flexible. Accessible, astute and best of all reinvigorating, this is a valuable contribution that should help many rethink the practice and nature of apologetics. From Sunday school to the seminary class room; this is a versatile primer for any level.