Atria35 (post: 1488419) wrote:C.S. Lewis is really bad at apologetics. He was a writer, not a theologian, and his arguments have been taken down and dissected by both Christians and non-Christians alike. They may sound convincing, but I have -no- theological training, and could point out flaws in his arguments from the beginning.
Im a beginner I just need a few recommendations to read Who are some of the best theologians to start with?
The Case for Christ records Lee Strobel's attempt to "determine if there's credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God." The book consists primarily of interviews between Strobel (a former legal editor at the Chicago Tribune) and biblical scholars such as Bruce Metzger. Each interview is based on a simple question, concerning historical evidence (for example, "Can the Biographies of Jesus Be Trusted?"), scientific evidence, ("Does Archaeology Confirm or Contradict Jesus' Biographies?"), and "psychiatric evidence" ("Was Jesus Crazy When He Claimed to Be the Son of God?"). Together, these interviews compose a case brief defending Jesus' divinity, and urging readers to reach a verdict of their own.
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