High school students who need a practical course on how to share and defend their Christian faith will find this text particularly helpful. In down-to-earth language, Richard Pratt has given us this helpful study manual on apologetics: the task of defending the faith. Far from a theoretical exposition, this training manual teaches how to answer non-believers and to "take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ." Pratt shows how the biblical doctrines about humanity and our relationship to our Creator determine how we should do apologetics. Within this theological framework he examines the premises, attitudes, and specific steps involved in a genuinely biblical defense of Christianity. Illustrations and review questions help to make this a valuable tool for individual or group study.
Prerequisites: Intermediate Bible knowledge
|Subject: Christian Doctrine|
|Suggested Grade: 12th|
|Author: Richard L. Pratt, Jr.|
|Softbound: 142 pages|
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After "Ultimate Questions", this is the book to teach Apologetics. This is more in depth, and is definitely for more mature students. This is a true Apologetics course, and challenges a young person to "step up" and know how to defend his/her faith. EXCELLENT!