Dr. Norman Geisler is a leading scholar, educator, author and advocate in Christian apologetics. He has authored or coauthored some 70 books and hundreds of articles in addition to teaching theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for 50 years. He has spoken or debated in some 26 countries on six continents. He has a B.A, M.A., Th.B., and Ph.D (in philosophy) and has taught at some of the top seminaries in the United States, including Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Dallas Theological Seminary.
This collection adds critical apologetic and theological depth to your PC Study Bible library. Bundled titles include:
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Using the Geisler Apologetics Collection with PC Study Bible
When installed in PC Study Bible, the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics is located under the Topics menu and “Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics.” All other titles in this collection are located under the Books menu in the General Books category under “Works of Norman L. Geisler.”
Introduction to Philosophy provides a Christian perspective on the study and history of philosophy. It answers questions such as what is philosophy, why should it be studied, and what is its practical impact—in particular, its relation to Christianity.
The Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics is a definitive one-volume encyclopedia designed to equip believers for a defense of the Christian faith, covering nearly every key issue, person, and concept related to Christian apologetics.
In Roman Catholics and Evangelicals: Agreements and Differences, Norman Geisler and Ralph MacKenzie explore the spiritual, moral, and theological issues around which evangelicals and Catholics find common ground, and on which they differ.
Answering Islam Compares the major claims of Islam and Christianity, evaluating the Islamic faith from a Christian viewpoint while providing apologetic answers that prepare Christians for ministry in an Islamic context. The second edition includes a new preface written in light of the September 11 attacks, as well as more resources and updated information...
In Correcting the Cults, Norman L. Geisler and Ron Rhodes identify and respond to the misuse of Scripture by adherents of various religions seeking validation for their own particular doctrines. After a thorough introduction on understanding the nature and character of cults, they proceed through the Bible book by book.