|Lindsay Brooks (Author), Harry Edwards (Author), Jeremy Livermore (Author), Mike McCoy (Author), Christopher Neiswonger (Author), Richard Park (Author), Steve Tsai (Author), Paul Hughes (Author, Editor), Craig J. Hazen (Foreword)|
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Devastation. That is the effect of excessive, singular focus on only one part of a fully orbed Christian life. God wants complete men and women committed to Christ, thinking and living in His Kingdom. Beginning with Jesus, moving through solid thought about key truths, then into how this leads people (you) to live it out – finally returning again to Christ Himself – Think and Live has and offers a way out of devastation, and a way into Love of God and others.
Think About Life and Live
In “Think and Live” the contributors discuss:
– The importance of the use of Logic (pp. 47-58)
This very helpful and breezy volume is littered with numerous quotes from C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, George MacDonald, C.T. Studd, John Calvin, and other notable figures. Chapters touch on miracles, the problem of evil, morality, the Messiahship of Jesus, and a short introduction concerning apologetic methods. “Think” points out the strengths of apologetic methods as well as their perceived weaknesses. On the apparent weakness of Presuppositional Apologetics the book opines more harshly toward Presuppositional Apologetics than the other methods discussed: “The downside [of the Presuppositional Apologetic method] is that “it falls more easily to soft postmodernism.” But “not all who practice this method [Presuppositional Apologetics] go this far, but there is a danger” (p. 81). And he adds the off-putting comment “yes, there are some friendly presuppositionalists” (p. 81).
Additionally this work touches on some very useful subjects including:
The outstanding scholar Craig Hazen writes the Forward and “Think and Live” is endorsed by many fine scholars; it’s so upbeat and readable that I recommend it for students and non-scholars.