This is the final installment on The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas. Chapters 1-3 of this summary review can be found in Part 1 and chapters 4-6 are covered in Part 2. Chapter 7 is apologetically strong showing the importance of natural theology in laying the ground for the gospel message.
This is the second of three installments on The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas. See here for Part 1. Chapter 4, titled “Our Athens” speaks to bridging the ideological and cultural gaps that inhibit gospel presentation. Since living in a non-Christian culture hardly yields a warm reception to the gospel message, Copan and Litwak rightly insist that we
The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas is an important contribution toward closing the gap between the ancient Christian message and the contemporary scene. Although this book covers a gamut of topics from evangelism, philosophy, history, bible exposition, and apologetics, it is highly accessible to the average inquirer. There are
Below are some observations on Acts 17:16-34, often overlooked, from D. A. Carson’s The Gagging of God and his chapter “Athens Revisited” in Telling the Truth: Evangelizing Postmoderns. The Athenian context: The Roman world enforced all kinds of religious pluralism both politically and legally and Athens was the heart and soul