It is a series of essays written in honor of Norman Geisler and his contribution to apologetics. The contributors include William Lane Craig, Francis Beckwith, William Dembski, Ravi Zacharias, Douglas Groothuis and others. Its five sections are: Faith Reason and the Necessity for God’s Existence; Christ and Miracles; Philosophical and Cultural Challenges to Christian Faith; Religious Challenges to Christian Faith.
As much as any book I’ve read in this area for the last few years, this gives the reader sound reasons and arguments for current issues in our pluralistic society. The arguments for God’s existence are from an Evidentialist point of view but in an updated fashion.
The chapter on “Darwin, Design and the Public Schools” by Francis Beckwith is a real help in the “Intelligent Design” debate. I enjoyed the chapter on “Religious Pluralism and Christian Exclusivism” by David Clark as well as great chapters on Mormonism and Islam and their contrary beliefs to Christianity.