When a Christian comes to the conclusion that he needs to develop a sound worldview, he need not feel like he needs to start from scratch. Throughout the ages the works of others provide tremendous insight and simply reading the works of others can provide a firm foundation. In that regard, this issue provides articles focusing on the work of three apologists who effectively communicate a clear Christian worldview. The three men focused on here are C. S. Lewis, Francis Schaeffer, and Alvin Plantinga. This journal presents crucial information on the topic of the issues distilled by the authors as an alternative for those without the time or the inclination to read numerous books on the topic.
Veritas: Three Apologists Every Christian Should Know by Craig Branch
The Christian Apologetics of C.S. Lewis by Knox Chamblin
Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Apologetics by Jerram Barrs
Alvin Plantinga: A Quintessential Christian Philosopher by Raymond J. VanArragon
In the News
Rightly Dividing the Word: A Key Error in the New Perspective on Paul by Brandon Robbins
Dear Editor . . .
The Analytic Theist: An Alvin Plantinga Reader by James F. Sennett
C.S. Lewis’s Case for Christ by Art Lindsley
Pollution and the Death of Man: The Christian View of Ecology by Francis Schaeffer