Apologetic Snapshot I: The Scope of Christian Apologetics
1. What is Apologetics?
Apologetic Snapshot II: Kent State
2. The Value of Apologetics
Apologetic Snapshot III: Ball State and Tennessee Tech
3. The Limits of Apologetics
Apologetic Snapshot IV: Carnegie Mellon
4. The Contexts of Apologetics
Apologetic Snapshot V: Southern Illinois University
5. The Arguments of Apologetics
Apologetic Snapshot VI: Varna University, Bulgaria
6. The Call to Apologetics
James W. Sire (Ph.D., University of Missouri), formerly editorial director at InterVarsity Press, is a frequent guest lecturer at colleges and universities in the United States and Europe. He is the author of The Universe Next Door and Why Good Arguments Often Fail.
"Sire writes in an engaging and insightful manner, with personal
experiences included which make the reading relevant and
interesting. This is a welcome addition to books on apologetics.
Any Christian seeking to carry out the Great Commission would
profit from reading Sire's thoughts."--Perspectives on Science and
Christian Faith, June 2007
"A valuable instrument for those who desire a more effective way to express and defend the Gospel to skeptics and seekers."--The Journal of Student Ministries, July-August 2007
"Sire's latest work is a welcomed addition to the many books on apologetics that line my shelves. I am thankful for the blessing of a new, simply stated introduction to the field, and I trust many, both expert and amateur, will be refreshed by its clarity, simplicity and honesty."--Nate Shurden, reformation21.com, February 8, 2007
"With content true to its title, both beginners and veterans of apologetics could profit from this book."--Howard Glass, Pulpit Helps, April 2007