Recognition for the best books of 2015 is coming in from all quarters, including from the Christian realm. Christianity Today, representing broad Evangelicalism in the U.S. and abroad, has published its list of significant titles in various categories.
There are notable picks and some surprising ones (which may also mean disappointing), but all worth knowing about in terms of recently published books in the world of Christian literature.
Below is their brief introduction and the first title in the Apologetics/Evangelism category. Browse and be aware!
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
Os Guinness (InterVarsity Press)
“Unlike many apologetics books, Fool’s Talk is not a series of quick-fix answers to questions most folks are no longer asking or one-size-fits-all ‘McTheories’ (Guinness’s term) to be applied to any situation. Rather, Guinness draws upon a lifetime of diverse experience to explore and invite us into the art of ‘creative persuasion.’ ” —Joshua Ryan Butler, pastor, author of The Skeletons in God’s Closet