Today's relativistic culture says that all paths lead to the same mountaintop, that dozens of religions and secular philosophies are all equally legitimate (or equally fraudulent, depending on the critic). Is there such a thing as absolute truth by which religious truth-claims can be tested? How does a person defend his or her Christian faith as the only path to the "mountaintop"?
Author and Christian apologist Dan Story confirms the validity and necessity of absolute truth and shows the reader that any Christian can learn how to defend his or her faith. By understanding non-Christian worldviews, believers will know how to respond to critical arguments. The author encourages the reader with the fact that Christianity is unique among the world religions. The Christian faith rests on a firm foundation of objective facts that can be tested and verified.
In a society that has become increasingly antagonistic toward those who do not rally around the banner of tolerance, this book will encourage the reader to stand firm in the Christian faith.
Dan Story received his B. A. in theology from San Diego Bible College and Seminary and his M. A. in Christian apologetics from Simon Greenleaf University. He is the author of Engaging the Closed Minded, Christianity on the Offense, and more than fifteen apologetics booklets.