<   BACK
Harvest Handbook™ of Apologetics
PRODUCT DETAILS

Release Date: January 2019
Page Count: 400
Size: 6.0000 x 9.0000
Binding: HC-Trade Cloth
ISBN: 978-0-7369-7428-8
Case Lot Quantity: 14

Harvest Handbook™ of Apologetics


Do You Truly Understand Your Faith?
Can You Defend It?

How well do today’s followers of Christ know the faith they are called to defend (1 Peter 3:15)?

From the preacher to the churchgoer, the teacher to the student, The Harvest Handbookof Apologetics is the comprehensive guide all believers need in a world full of uncertainty and relentless criticism. This collection of well-reasoned, Scripture-based essays comes from respected Christian apologists and Bible scholars, including…

  • Norman L. Geisler
  • Josh McDowell
  • Gary R. Habermas
  • Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
  • Ron Rhodes
  • Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • Steven Collins
  • William A. Dembski
  • Randy Alcorn
  • Stephen C. Meyer
  • Randall Price
  • Ed Hindson

Is there evidence that Jesus really existed? Are there contradictions in the Bible? What is the relationship between science and faith? You’ll discover concise and convincing responses to these questions and many more.

Understanding your faith is a lifelong quest, and this handbook is the perfect resource to help you dissect the topics you’ll ponder through the years. Prepare to “contend for the faith” you call your own (Jude 3)—and become equipped to evangelize with wisdom and passion.

Meet the author

Joseph M. Holden

Joseph M. Holden

Joseph M. Holden (MDiv; PhD University of Wales, Lampeter) is the president of Veritas Evangelical Seminary in southern California. He is the producer of the documentary Archaeology and the Bible: The Top 10 Amazing Discoveries, associate editor of the Apologetics Study Bible for Students, and coauthor of Charts of Apologetics and Christian Evidences and Living Loud:...

Read More >

RELATED EDITIONS

0 REVIEWS Leave a Comment »

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.
X
What are you interested in?
X
or
Don't have an account? Register