Every Thought Captive: A Study Manual for the Defense of Christian Truth

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Third Millennium Ministries, 1979 - Religion - 142 pages
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Publisher's description: How many Christians can defend their faith? I Peter 3:15 exhorts us to be ready to give a defense to anyone who asks about the hope within us. As we prepare our children for adulthood, part of bringing them to maturity should be teaching them biblically sound apologetics. Every Thought Captive was written with that very purpose in mind! Dr. Pratt created the lessons in this book for high school-age students to specifically train them in presuppositional apologetics, a genuine biblical defense of the faith. This book can be used for individual study or with a group. Parents, you may want to study alongside your student, equipping yourself as well as your child!
 

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User Review  - Andrea Fithian - Christianbook.com

In this book, Richard L. Pratt explains in detail how we as Christians can be ready to give an answer for our faith. He also gives a clear picture of how different the foundations are of the non-Christian and the Christian. A must read for anyone in High School. Read full review

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User Review  - Christopher Cooke - Goodreads

...yeah me right a review on this...hahah...that good. You read it and try writing a review :) Read full review

Contents

A Firm Foundation
1
Where It All Began
10
The Character of Man before Sin
19
The Character of Man in Sin
27
The Character of Man Redeemed by Christ
37
The NonChristian Point of View
44
The Christian Point of View
51
Attitudes and Actions
62
Popular Tactics
72
Structure of a Biblical Defense
81
Defending the Faith 1
99
Defending the Faith 2
111
Defending the Faith 3
123
An Apologetic Parable
133
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About the author (1979)

Pratt is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary and an ordained minister is the Presbyterian Church in America.

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