Excellent but one notable error
This is an excellent book, but as a physicist I note a significant error. The concept of the Big Bang is wrong. This error though is common even among physicists. The Big Bang is about SPACE expanding. It is not about matter in space exploding from a point in space. It is an expansion of space from all points of space. The preeminant Copernican Principle assumption of the Big Bang Cosmologists does not permit a special point in space. In their assumption the cosmos is UNBOUNDED and matter uniformely fills all of space at all times. There are no edges/boundaries to the matter in space. A clarifying analogy that is often used is this: think of a balloon. Space is like the rubber surface of this balloon dust particles attached to this surface and uniformely distributed upon it are like the matter in space. as the balloon expands from a very small size, note that all points of space expand; particles separate from each other identically because space is expanding, however particles are not moving wrspt space. The rate of particle separation is proportional to particle distances from each other. In this analogy we see that the surface of the balloon is unbounded.
Makes explaining why you believe believeable.
Dr Sproul proves that you don't have to take a blind leap to believe. God said it, that settles it! I've marked, underlined and circled copy througout the book. I plan to read it again this week. Great book for the timid.
A must have!
If you've ever had trouble explaining to someone why you believe in God, this is the book for you! R.C. teaches why so many beliefs in the world today don't make any sense, and why Christianity is completely reasonable. I've never read a better book for helping a Christian defend God's existence.