Donald W. McCullough - Religion - 1992 - 210 pages
Christians need a view of life that is realistic enough to deal with its downside and big enough to include all its joys. This book provides both.
Ronald H. Nash - Religion - 1994 - 296 pages
This book explores philosophical questions that have important implications for the truth and rationality of the Christian faith.
Herbert Henry Farmer - Religion - 1954 - 244 pages
This book is based on Professor Farmer's 1951 series of Gifford Lectures, and its aim is to set forth a specifically Christian interpretation of the fact of religion.