Would anyone post their favorite apologetics book (or skeptic book)? For example, has anyone read and critiqued the new Answers That Demand a Verdict? Not that the book has to be infallible…it may even be an erroneous one that gave you insight by making you think through an error. Thanks.
I liked Letters from a Skeptic by Greg Boyd. I think maybe what I liked about it compared to other books trying to defend Christianity was that it was squarely placed in the context of Boyd’s relationship with his dad and showed the kind of conversations you have with people you care about. It seems to me that a lot of “apologetics” books take the tone of preparing the reader to vanquish the enemy or destroy to arguments of others.
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