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Scaling the Secular City: A Defense of Christianity (1987)

by J. P. Moreland

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Here are up-to-date arguments for God's existence and for Jesus' deity and resurrection, answers to objections to Christian theism, and discussions of four key issues.
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This is a great book for a good survey of how modern theology addresses some of th major questions that arise today. It is very detailed and takes pains
to introduce all of the necessary theological and philosophical concepts and terms. It has a good b
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