Vital . . . pertaining to life; essential; of critical importance. Apologetic . . . a systematic defense of the authenticity and authority of Christian truth. Issues . . . a point or matter, the decision of which is of special or public importance.
When it comes to giving a reasoned defense of one's faith, just knowing definitions isn't enough. It helps to have reliable guidance through the critical issues of apologetics such as philosophical questions regarding the Christian faith or biblical reliability.
Vital Apologetic Issues: Examining Reason and Revelation in Biblical Perspective draws upon the insights and study of numerous evangelical scholars and writers to address crucial questions in the field of Christian apologetics.
Some of the chapters included are: "The Nature and Origin of Evil" by Robert Culver "Biblical Naturalism and Modern Science" by Henry M. Morris "Ebla and Biblical Historical Inerrancy" by Eugene H. Merrill "Theological Problems with Theistic Evolution" by David H. Lane
Christian readers, church leaders, and pastors will appreciate the insight and guidance of Vital Apologetic Issues.
Roy B. Zuck
Roy B. Zuck is Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he taught for twenty-three years, including seven years as Vice President for Academic Affairs. He is editor of Bibliotheca Sacra and coeditor of the widely acclaimed two-volume Bible Knowledge Commentary. He has written or edited more than seventy books on Christian education and biblical and theological topics. His books include Teaching as Paul Taught, Spirit-Filled Teaching, and Basic Bible Interpretation.