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Think through your opinions on controversial topics and defend your point of view to a skeptical world.
The college years are full of life-defining questions and concerns. Dr Budziszewski (aka Professor Theophilus) offers his expert opinion to help students achieve personal insight about the most controversial and confusing topics they may face.
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tackles almost every tough question about living as a christian that you'll get asked. He presents the questions in the form of a _very_ short story in which the charachters present the questions to Prof. Theophilus and he answers them. At the end of every section, he answers peoples questions from e-mails and there are some fantastic questions and answers in there aswell. In both his answers are tough and logical and (even though the dialoug is a bit cheesy) provides solid answers and more importantly, an understanding of the aswers.
This is not a book for non-christians and so do not buy it and give it to them. This book does do some apologetics but a lot of it is about keeping the faith in school or collage or universaty.
This also is not a book to start you off in apologetics, even though after reading it you might.
All in all a great book for the intended audiance highly recomended! 4/5.
*below I have listed the sections and various issues within the sections.
Section One: Dating, Se x, Growing Up
Section Two: Denominaions, Why to have Faith, Postmodernism,
Section Three: War, ity
8/17/2008 9:50:00 AM
Are you serious? Did you just open a book on the Middle Ages??? Yes catholics did at one point have all of those practices but that was over 300 years ago (Council of Trent...) and I am not Catholic and I agree they do have some things that are questionable but your reasoning is pretty weak for not reading this book.
3/2/2008 9:54:00 AM
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I understand J. Budziszewski is catholic. I also understand catholics believe in many serious things that are not biblical. A few of these non-biblical concepts are: purgatory; salvation by works instead of faith; Mary worship; only catholics can go to heaven; pope is infallible which means his word is equal to scripture. With these kind of false teachings how can J.B. be counted on to tell the truth?
5/28/2007 8:26:00 AM