“Like a missionary called to reach an obscure people group, the Christian apologist is burdened to reach that minority of persons who will respond to rational argument and evidence…. This people group, though relatively small in numbers, is huge in influence. One of these persons, for example, was C.S. Lewis. Think of the impact that one man’s conversion continues to have! I find that the people who resonate most with my apologetic arguments tend to be engineers, people of medicine, and lawyers. Such persons are among the most influential in shaping our culture today. So reaching this minority of persons will yield a great harvest for the kingdom of God.”
William L. Craig, On Guard (Colorado Springs: David C. Cook, 2010), 22-23.