Here are a couple of apologetics books I’ve been enjoying the past few days while down in Florida to see my sister and attend the Gospel Coalition Conference.
Both books address the field of apologetics, the first being more concerned with thinking and the second more focused on feeling. Moreland’s book challenges Christians to pursue a more reasoned faith. Williams’s book is no less reasonable but makes a fascinating and compelling case for supplementing our apologetics with “reasons of the heart.”
Both are needed emphases in the church at large, but the Reformed world, especially Reformed apologetics, could especially benefit from a good dose of Williams’s book.
Existential Reasons for Belief in God: A Defense of Desires and Emotions for Faith by Clifford Williams