Geisler has written an excellent book on apologetics, although its’ contents may not be what some readers expect. The volume is arranged in three sections: methodology, theistic apologetics and Christian apologetics.
Part one evaluates various systems of truth such as agnosticism and rationalism, demonstrating why they ultimately fail. In section two, worldviews such as deism and pantheism are examined and the conclusion drawn that only the theist worldview is adequate. The final section contains chapters on subjects such as the deity of Christ and the inspiration of Scripture, matters more commonly understood as apologetics.