- New Delhi
- member since November 28, 2007
Ajay Ahuja’s last login was Sunday, December 2, 2012.
that's great, i do read crime fiction too but i have never read Agatha Christie's book. with crime fiction i have read mainly Robert Ludlum's books. currently am reading an autobiography by Ayaan Hirsi Ali called Infidel. is Agatha Christie a good novelist should i read her books? coz i read everything.so what are your other interests?
u're a good observer ;)
I like to study, and if I have this oportunity now, it will be better for me(the study of languages is fascinating), but i'm not in my country, and here is different...
well, http://SvetMd.hi5.com here u can found me, and know me better, if u want...
This is straight from wikipedia:
Christian apologetics is the field of study concerned with the systematic defense of Christianity. The term "apologetic" comes from the Greek word apologia (απολογία), which means in defense of. Therefore, a skilled person involved in Christian or Bible Apologetics is a defender of Christianity. Those who engage in Christian apologetics are called "Christian apologists". Christian apologetics have taken many forms over the centuries, starting with Paul of Tarsus, including writers such as Augustine of Hippo and Thomas Aquinas, and continuing currently with the modern Christian community, through the efforts of many authors in various Christian traditions such as C.S. Lewis. Apologists have based their defense of Christianity on favoring interpretations of historical evidence, philosophical arguments, scientific investigation, and other disciplines.
...C.S. Lewis is my favorite author...and the majority of his books are Apologetic.