No Doubt About It is Apologetics for the non-specialist. Starting where good apologists should - at the root of the problem - Corduan addresses elements of belief, perception, doubt and blind faith to introduce the building blocks necessary to construct a firm defense. By using vernacular, the author presents the material for the novice, but dedicated readers will be able to glean much more than rudimentary tools from the welcoming text. This is a standard primer for the case for Christianity.
By addressing the tough questions through real-life vignettes to start each chapter, Corduan engages the mind and uncovers the weaponry already in the Christian's arsenal, with instructions on its use. Also, his years as a professor of philosophy and religion have put him in touch with the mindset of today's youth, and the book is full of strategies, insights and tips on addressing the post-modern thinking so prevalent in society. Relativism, pragmatism, and nihilism are all discussed in depth, but in terms that any interested reader will be able to understand quickly. Whether as a resource, curriculum, or refresher on apologetics, this book has it all.