This could have been great - & it is good - but I found it a let down in one significant way, the definition of apologetics.
Chapter 1's definition sounds to me like apologetics=evangelism. Confirmed in chapter 2, 'One could say that apologetics is simply evangelism done with the intellectual sophistication necessary for a specific situation.' (p.32) (How awful! There's smart evangelism called apologetics, & presumably dumb evangelism remains as evangelism.)
Then a counter definition (p.98), 'effective apologetics is primarily focused on clearing away objections to Christian faith ... In many cases apologetics is preevangelistic'. So which is it? In a short book, a primer, better precision is required.