book and a two to three-page critical evaluation of that approach. –
a two to three-page summary of the approach to sharing one’s Christian worldview that Koukl outlines in his book and a two to three-page critical evaluation of that approach. –
– highlight what is essential to the overall thesis of the book.
– Your critical interaction with Koukl should include reasons to think his approach is right or reasons to think it is wrong (or both). That is, you should provide the reader with reasons to think that your view of Koukl’s book is right.
3rd year student.
Bibliography: minimal, from book.