Yes or No? Straight Answers To Tough Questions About Christianity by Peter Kreeft
The popular Christian apologist Kreeft tackles many of the tough questions of our day concerning Christianity. In a series of imaginative "dialogues", Sal the Seeker and Chris the Christian deal with the profound mysteries of the Gospel. The result is a book that is both engaging and profound, a book that leads readers to initial faith–or to deeper faith.
The stakes in these dialogues are high. Christianity is God's marriage proposal to the soul, says Kreeft, and the answer must be "yes" or "no". We can evade the claims of Jesus Christ for a while, but death brings evasion to an end. It is wiser to look at Christianity honestly now.
Yes or No? shows the truth of Jesus' promise that those who sincerely seek the truth shall find it. It is a road map for those who are honestly seeking the truth and a source of greater faith for those how have already found God. It presents the full challenge of the gospel in a way modern men and women can understand.
"Lots of writers have the gift of irony, or humor, or logic, or common sense. Very few combine all these gifts in one talent and put it at the service of truth. Peter Kreeft is simply the best, the most engaging, Christian apologist at work today, and this book is another example of a master craftsman at his peak."
– Francis X. Maier, Editor, National Catholic Register
"An apologetical work which is orthodox in content, appealing in approach, and covers all the fundamental bases of Christianity. Ideal for Catholic high school or college, RCIA, or simply as a refresher."
– Fr. Peter Stravinskas , Editor, The Catholic Answer
"Kreeft calls this book an alarm clock to wake up the indifferent – it's more like a cannon blast. The reader ignores its arguments at his peril."
– Karl Keating, Author, Catholicism and Fundamentalism
Table of Contents:
Faith and Reason
Can You Prove that God Exists?
Science and Religion
The Problem of Evil
Who Is Jesus?
The Bible: Myth or History?
Roads to Heaven and Hell
Yew or no?
Questions for Discussion