I’ve been embarrassingly delinquent in keeping readers updated on the progress of The Big Ten series, which I’ve been co-editing with Greg Welty for Christian Focus. Five more volumes have been published since I last posted about it, and I will endeavor to post a brief summary of each one over the next couple of months.
In the meantime, here’s the list of all eight published volumes:
- Does Christianity Really Work? by William Edgar (more here)
- Why Should I Believe Christianity? by James N. Anderson (more here)
- Why Is There Evil In The World (And So Much Of It)? by Greg Welty (more here)
- How Could a Loving God Send Anyone to Hell? by Benjamin M. Skaug
- Why Should I Trust the Bible? by Timothy Paul Jones
- Has Science Made God Unnecessary? by Ransom Poythress
- If Christianity Is So Good, Why Are Christians So Bad? by Mark Coppenger
- Why Does the God of the Old Testament Seem So Violent and Hateful? by Richard P. Belcher, Jr.
The final two entries in the series are in the pipeline. Working titles:
- Why Do I Personally Experience Evil and Suffering?
- Is There Really Only One Way to God?
It’s taken some time, but I’m really pleased with the way the series has developed and I’m very proud (in a brotherly, non-bragging kind of way) of the volumes published to date. If you’re not familiar with the series, please check it out. It’s a great resource for both skeptical unbelievers and questioning believers.