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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Greg West
Douglas; I have to tell you that I was skeptical of this book. I was under the impression that it would hold my attention about as well as a book on geometry and that it would be pretty much inaccessible to the layman. I was WRONG!!! Since I got this book (paying the retail price of $40 with a gift card I got for Christmas--It's MUCH cheaper on Amazon) I cannot put it down and keep it near me at all times (when I'm home that is).

Your book serves multiple purposes: A totally comprehensive apologetics reference book.

An apologetics classroom textbook.

An thorough introduction to apologetics for any layman.

A truly comprehensive case for Christianity.

And probably more...


  1. Only has one near fatal flaw. It includes the Old Earth Creationist viewpoint. A pity, but Douglas can't be an expert in every relevant field.

  2. I disagree with Roscoe. I believe that many will feel as I do that the presentation of the case for Old Earth Creationism to be an asset. The idea that any work that does not accept a young earth is "seriously flawed" is itself an error.