Christian theism and apologetics is an increasingly significant area of research and dialogue.
This volume comprises groundbreaking dialogues by many of the most prominent scholars in the field in a definitive treatment of central issues in theism and Christian faith.
The essays are ecumenical and broadly Christian, in the spirit of C.S.
Lewis's Mere Christianity, and feature lucid and up-to-date material designed to engage students and others in contemporary theistic and Christian issues.
The first half of the volume includes dialogues about God's existence and the coherence of theism.
The second moves beyond generic theism to address significant debates over such specifically Christian doctrines as the Trinity and the resurrection of Jesus.
Debating Christian Theism provides an ideal starting point for students, scholars, and anyone seeking to understand the current issues and developments with respect to discussions in Christian theism and apologetics.