Sunday, September 18, 2016

Why Should I Believe Christianity?

James Anderson recently published this book:

It's a twofer: both an introduction to Christianity as well as a defense of Christianity. Although Dr. Anderson is very sophisticated, he writes with a light touch. Very accessible for the nonspecialist.

We live in an age of militant secularization, so this book is good, both for intellectually beleaguered Christian laymen as well as open-minded unbelievers who don't know the first thing about Christianity, and just assume it's intellectually indefensible. 


  1. Thanks for the heads up about this book!

  2. I wasn't aware of this new book by Dr. Anderson. Is there a table of contents available? I was looking for it on the publisher's website but I didn't find it. Steve, your book recommendations are always helpful. Thanks.

    1. Ok, ok. I've founded the kindle version here:

    2. Thanks for tracking down the Kindle version. For some reason the page Steve linked to doesn't give any indication that there is a Kindle version, as it usually does, and so I would have never known and probably just waited around for one to show up before purchasing.