Examining the Gospel accounts of Jesus' life from an apologetic perspective clearing the ground from the preconceived ideas and prejudices and opening up five ways to consider the claims of Jesus' life and ministry.
Peter S. Williams brings a philosophers perspective to the quest for the historical Jesus and argues that understanding the spirituality of Jesus is the path to our own spiritual enlightenment. Williams takes issue with new-atheist discussions of faith and historical Jesus studies before guiding readers through a cumulative case for the Christian understanding of Jesus.
Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) is a philosopher and apologist with several books to his name and a particular expertise in working with students. In addition to working with the Damaris Trust, Peter is Assistant Professor in Communication and Worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication in Norway.
He has authored A Sceptic's Guide to Atheism: God Is Not Dead (Paternoster, 2009); I Wish I Could Believe In Meaning: A Response To Nihilism (Damaris, 2004); The Case For Angels (Paternoster, 2002) and The Case For God (Monarch, 1999).