By: Ravi Zacharias and Norman Geisler
Zondervan (September 8, 2003)
Ever have big questions about God? Maybe a difficult question you were always scared to ask? Well, this book tackles 100 of them. (How can God be both loving and just? Are science and Christianity allies or adversaries? Who wrote the Bible?) Sound worthy of debate? Dive in and learn from some of the best Christian apologists around.
One of my favorite quotes:
But philosophers of science during the second half of the twentieth century came to realize that the whole scientific enterprise is based on certain assumptions that cannot be proved scientifically, but that are guaranteed by the Christian worldview: for example, the laws of logic, the orderly nature of the external world, the reliability of our cognitive faculties in knowing the world, the validity of inductive reasoning, and the objectivity of the moral values used in science. I want to emphasize that science could not even exist without these assumptions, and yet these assumptions cannot be proved scientifically.