What's Your Worldview?

I have been greatly helped by the work of Michael Kruger. So when he says a particular book is "one of the best apologetics books in years" then you can bet it's on my list.

He writes:
Every once in a while a book is published that is so helpful, so original, and so needed, that it makes one wonder, Why was this book not written before now?  James Anderson, associate professor of theology and philosophy here at RTS Charlotte, has written such a book: What’s Your Worldview? An Interactive Approach to Life’s Big Questions (Crossway, 2o14).

This is a wonderful little book for a number of reasons. (1) Target audience. Although this book is certainly for Christians, it has a strong evangelistic thrust to it.  It is designed to be given to non-Christians.  (2) Methodology: Anderson has written this book from a presuppositional perspective and demonstrates that such an apologetic approach is really practical, understandable, and effective for evangelism (despite perceptions to the contrary!). (3) Creativity.  This book is distinctive in terms of how it is structured. Anderson takes the reader through a “Choose Your Own Adventure” type of journey, where the path is chosen by the responses of the reader. There is really nothing else like it.

Don’t miss this book.  Buy a bunch of copies and give to your neighbors or friends. Or work through it in a Sunday School class or home Bible study.