As Christians, such a statement is at the crux of our faith. But what
exactly do we believe and why? What is the truth that forms the foundations of
our purpose in humanity and our sustenance as believers?
Perhaps you have found yourself reexamining your beliefs as you seek to
share your faith with others. Maybe you have found yourself asking such
questions in the excitement of beginning a relationship with Christ or your
thirsting for a deeper walk.
Regardless of the circumstances, it is vital for anyone studying
Christianity to understand the basic elements of faith and the foundation that
supports its truths.
In A Case for Christianity, Morris Inch has outlined this
foundation plank by plank. Throughout the book, Inch uses scriptural references
and cites recognizable authors and experts to “nail” his planks in place.
By first establishing his meaning of truth and experiencing God as well as
providing a brief history of apologetics, Inch helps the reader understand how
the Christian faith has developed to the present day. Then, Inch turns to
building a case for Christianity and uses the following topics to strengthen
Inch establishes that Christianity is eminently credible and makes his case
for Christianity in that it “passes the philosophic criteria with highest
honors; it focuses on the incomparable figure of Jesus; it draws credibility
from accumulative evidence; and it satisfies the conditions of trust.”
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