Hinduism: Christian Philosophy and Presuppositional Apologetics Examine The Religion Of The Gods And Karma
If you desire to find out how a philosophical, biblical, theological, and presuppositional analysis refutes Hinduism, New Age Thought, & Eastern Religions, then this book is for you.
This book is simple, powerful, unique, and accessible to the non-scholar.
Examines: Hindus, New Agers, Sikhs, Krishna, The Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita and more. More
It’s hard to find books that contest Hinduism and Eastern Thought via worldview criticism, presuppositional analysis, and Christian philosophy. But in "Hinduism: Christian Philosophy & Presuppositions Examine the Religion of the Gods and Karma" Robinson produces an innovative book that argues that Hindu thought fails the test of reason and that Christian theism is not only true, but Christianity is rationally necessary and assured. "Hinduism: Christian Philosophy & Presuppositions Examine the Religion of the Gods and Karma" is a readable volume: accessible to the non-specialist, yet scholarly.
"Hinduism: Christian Philosophy & Presuppositions Examine the Religion of the Gods and Karma" evaluates the claims of Hinduism and examines the evidence for the Christian counterclaim, equipping you with strong apologetic answers. This pioneering edition provides resources and leading-edge argumentation throughout.
Robinson defines difficult terminology and explains challenging concepts so no one is baffled by the clear contentions he furnishes. This fresh resource establishes the necessary reliability of the New Testament, and in contrast with Hindu scripture, that Christianity is the only sound worldview; it alone provides logical, philosophical, and theological essentials.
This volume is a must for everyone, the student or the academic, concerned about defending Christian theism against the claims of Eastern thought.
If you desire to find out how a philosophical, biblical, theological, and transcendental analysis refutes Eastern Religions and Hindu thought, then this book is for you.
Within its pages are numerous properly grounded deductive and transcendental arguments which make it a very unique book regarding comparative religion. It’s a fine resource for a searching non-Christian, those with apologetic or philosophical interests, religious scholars, and ministers.
Logically meticulous, apologetically relevant, and philosophically indispensable, this is a richly illuminating work. Anyone interested in sharing the truth with Hindu friends or understanding the doctrines and theological foundation of Eastern Thought will appreciate this new apologetic resource.
Using an easy–to–follow format this book helps the reader answer questions like:
• Krishna and Jesus Christ—what are their roles? (and the reason Christ alone has the legitimate claim to authority).
• The Vedas, Bhagavad Gita and the Bible—what kind of inspiration and authority do they have?
• Hindu Theology—What are the theological, philosophical, and logical problems?
• How to witness to Hindus, New Agers, and Sikhs
Readers will discover that this is an invaluable tool for discussing and sharing the truth and life of Christ with Hindu, New Age, and Sikh friends and acquaintances.