I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek,  is a modern-day Christian apologetics classic. I have to place this book in the top ten books written so far on regarding understanding a Christian philosophy of of all of life.

This is a very linear, comprehensive work that seeks to answer the major questions of life and religion. The book begins with Epistemology and the fact that truth can be known. It then moves to Cosmology and addresses the origins of the universe. It addresses the questions of morality, the existence of miracles and the supernatural, the historicity of Jesus Christ and His claims to divinity, the compilation and canonization of the New Testament texts, the bodily resurrection of Christ, and includes some good appendix chapters that address things like “If God, Why Evil?” and “Isn’t That Just Your Interpretation?”

Another outline could be:

  • Origin:Where Did We Come From?
  • Identity: Who Are We?
  • Meaning: Why Are We Here?
  • Morality: How Should We Live?
  • Destiny: Where Are We Going?

To give you an idea of the general acceptance of the overall soundness of this book, it is endorsed by: Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell, Lee Strobel, Phillip E. Johnson, Cal Thomas, William A. Dembski, Hank Hanegraaf, John Ankerberg & J. Buudziszeski.

448 pages. On a scale of 1-5, I’d give this a 4.5 overall.

Review by Israel Wayne.