Tag: Apologetics

Book Review: “Reasons For Belief”

I am so thankful that books like this exist. In today’s post-modern, relativistic culture, Christians are bombarded with questions like those contained in this book, and we’re often left stumbling over our words because we’re not sure exactly what to say or how to say it.

Reasons for Belief┬átackles ten “essential questions” that are asked about Christianity and the authors do it in a very disarming, practical, easy-to-understand way.

My favorite chapter was the one that addressed the topic of truth and whether or not there is absolute truth. This is something I have personally encountered and have had to defend countless times in our culture, and I have often felt like I didn’t have the right explanation. In our world of relativism, there IS absolute truth and the authors break it down in really simple, matter-of-fact points.

After reading this, I feel so much more able to discuss these topics with people who are asking the questions. It is so important as Christians to be “armed and ready” when people have questions about our faith. This book is an excellent resource!

I received a copy of this book from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.