What a pressing title this is? It is meant to draw you in and it does just that!

But the drawing in does not stop there. Just flip open to the introduction and the ensuing chapters…and you will find that this author is winsome with his writing. Apologetic resources can be so scholarly at times that readers choke on theological jargon. This author understands that another theological heavyweight apologetic book is not necessary, therefore, his aim is for readers who want to know the basics of apologetics and have a foundational understanding of it all.

You’ll find yourself at ease with this book because of the winsome humor and writing style that draw you in. The experience will be that you will want to read further and get to the next chapter. This book will serve as a starter-read or appetizer to further study in apologetics.

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