Dialogical Apologetics: A Person-Centered Approach to Christian Defense
Does Christian witness mean being prepared to contend intellectually with competing philosophies? Or should witness address the felt needs of the person with whom Christ is shared? Both the worldview and the inner needs of the unbeliever are important, writes David K. Clark, as he considers how Christians can earn a hearing and use opportunities effectively. Dialogical Apologetics weds classical apologetics with person-centered evangelism theory. Logic and philosophy help answer questions of honest inquiry, but those answers must also fit the context where they will be lived out. The author looks at new windows of opportunity in philosophy, science, and interreligious dialogue. He shows how to build a flexible witness on an intellectual base. The books vivid writing and practical bent make it particularly useful for students who want to intellectually relate faith and life in a secular academic environment.
Specifications of Dialogical Apologetics: A Person-Centered Approach to Christian Defense
|Author||David K. Clark|
|Publisher||Baker Pub Group|
|Number Of Pages||245|
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