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We just could not let a landmark book like this go by without some notice. Zondervan’s new The History of Apologetics features some forty-four chapters, each by a specialist focusing on successive apologists from the history of the church. Outstanding figures from Justin Martyr to Timothy Keller are examined, providing both a biographical sketch of their lives and a summary of their methodology. So far as we are aware, this is the most thorough resource of its kind.
A “must-have” for all students of apologetics.
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THE HISTORY OF APOLOGETICS: A BIOGRAPHICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION, edited by Benjamin K. Forrest, Joshua D. Chatraw, and Alister E. McGrath