Apologetics: Learning How to play defense
Have you ever had that struggle of not knowing an answer to a question a skeptic was asking about the Christian faith? We have. It's tough but learning from people who have dedicated their lives to breaking down how to answer tough questions is exactly where reading books on apologetics comes in. Modern day readers may gravitate towards a man like Timothy Keller, a guy who is living in the depths of New York City constantly in circles where he has to defend his faith. Or you may want to go back a few years and read some of C.S. Lewis, an agnostic turned Christian who has so graciously laid out his own struggles with Christianity and how God has answered his biggest challenges with the faith. We encourage you to dive it, to learn more and to constantly be challenged with these following books on defending the faith.
The Reason for God by Tim Keller
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
The King James Version Debate: A Plea for Realism by D.A. Carson
The End of Reason by Ravi Zacharias