By James W. Sire
Chris Chrisman, a tender Christian, is going to varsity merely to have his global grew to become the other way up. On campus he reveals the demanding situations to his religion -- either highbrow and private -- virtually greater than he can endure. Then he meets invoice Seipel and Bob Wong. jointly, the 3 younger males, of them Christians and the opposite a self-styled atheist, forge a standard bond within the quest for fact. within the procedure they confront a few of the dominant ideologies of the secular college. Weaving the tale of Chris's first yr on campus with separate expository chapters on such forces as individualism, pluralism, relativism and privitization, James Sire deals a worthwhile apologetic if you are looking for fact in a postmodern international. He identifies no fewer than six sorts of relativism, from "All religions boil all the way down to an analogous factor" and "It's actual for you; it is not real for me" to "God doesn't exist; naturalism is true." Then in down-to-earth language Sire is helping readers to imagine via those and different complicated concerns.