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God is eternal. He needs nothing. He cannot be known unless he reveals himself. He is boundless perfection. He does not change. He is undivided. He is Spirit. He knows everything. He is wise. He is true and truthful. He is good and love. He is holy. He is righteous. He is infinitely powerful. And he rules over all.
What does this have to do with apologetics? Everything! We may wonder, for example, why a good God would allow evil, but such puzzles only display our limited understanding of him. Such apparent tensions between the attributes and/or actions of God find resolution in his “infinite excellence,” and a recognition of his excellence must shape our thinking and our response to unbelief.
This is what Craig Biehl explains, and he does so with wonderful clarity. An excellent aid to theology proper and apologetics all in one.
John Frame writes:
Craig Biehl’s God the Reason is a very thorough presuppositional apologetic, arguing God’s existence and his necessity for all reasoning, thinking, meaning, and therefore living. The book is a continuous, orderly defense of the biblical worldview. Its arguments are clear and cogent. I hope it gains many readers, Christian and nonChristian alike.
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God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith