In recent years the Christian faith has been challenged by skeptics, including the New Atheists, who claim that belief in God is simply not reasonable. Here prominent Christian philosopher C. Stephen Evans offers a fresh, contemporary, and nuanced response. He makes the case for belief in a personal God through an exploration of natural qsigns, q which open our minds to theistic possibilities and foster belief in the Christian revelation. Evans then discusses why God's self-revelation is both authoritative and authentic. This sophisticated yet accessible book provides a clear account of the evidence for Christian faith, concluding that it still makes sense to believe.G. Bles (London: Centenary, 1946). 8. For Mosera#39;s own account of his views, see aDeath, Dying, and the Hiddenness of God, a in The Philosophy of Religion Reader, ed. Chad Meister (London: Routledge, 2008), 613a24; and aCognitive Idolatryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Why Christian Faith Still Makes Sense (Acadia Studies in Bible and Theology)|
|Author||:||C. Stephen Evans|
|Publisher||:||Baker Academic - 2015-05-12|