Three Types of Religious Philosophy - Gordon H. Clark
Many Christians are eager to defend their faith against the attacks of unbelievers, but they are confused about how best to do so. Their confusion is not releived by the numerous books being published on apologetics, for most professionsl apologists are also quite confused. They do have larger vocabularies, however, and they can thereby disguise their confusion as learning. But what is a Christian to do?
Clark carefully and clearly examines rationalism, empiricism, dogmatism - and irrationalism - to present the serious Christian with the full answer to the question, "How should Christianity be defended?"