Which Apologetics book to buy?

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  1. monoergon

    monoergon Puritan Board Freshman

    I'm planning on buying one of the following apologetics books because they discuss various different subjects that are contemporary. However, I don't know which one of the two to get. Has any one read one of them or would anyone like to give an opinion on them to help me decide which one to buy?

    To Everyone an Answer: A Case for the Christian Worldview - by Francis J. Beckwith (Editor), William Lane Craig (Editor), J. P. Moreland (Editor), Ravi Zacharias, William A. Dembski, Douglas Grothuis, Gary R. Habermas, Josh McDowell, Ronald H. Nash, Ben Witherington III + others


    Passionate Conviction: Contemporary Discourses on Christian Apologetics - by Paul Copan (Editor), William Lane Craig (Editor), N. T. Wright (Contributor), Norman Geisler (Contributor), Lee Strobel (Contributor), Gary Habermas (Contributor), Charles Quarles (Contributor), L. Russ Bush (Contributor), Francis J. Beckwith (Contributor)
     
  2. BayouHuguenot

    BayouHuguenot Puritan Board Doctor

    To everyone an answer is more substantial. A lot would depend on what you are looking for.
     
  3. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

  4. reaganmarsh

    reaganmarsh Puritan Board Senior

    Agreed, Stephen -- I have really enjoyed his Covenantal Apologetics.
     
  5. monoergon

    monoergon Puritan Board Freshman

    Thank you all! I'll look forward to Scott Oliphint's book too.
     
  6. Justified

    Justified Puritan Board Sophomore

    Always Ready by Greg Bahnsen would be a good starting place.
     
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