Why am I a Christian? Does it still make sense in an increasingly secular culture to adhere to a Christian tradition? Is it reasonable for anyone to be and to remain Christian when atheistic criticisms suggest otherwise? These questions arose as the personal life of the author intersected with his academic career in philosophy. He explores these questions under the headings of Tradition, Reason, and Faith. A personal narrative accompanies this philosophical journey. The personal narrative shows how different answers to being Christian became apparent in the author’s own life. The philosophical excursion shows why being Christian may yet be reasonable in our day. Available through Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.