C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, Malcomb Muggeridge, and Mortimer J. Adler, are four examples of the best-known intellectuals and scholars of our time who became Christian apologists. These are a few of the names that are continually referenced in most literary circles on the subject of Christian apologists. Through their works, and because they are held in such high esteem, many people are led to accept what they say as gospel. I have read much of what they have written, and although I find all four are profound, insightful, and sincere in their own quest to find and understand Christianity, all four fail the final test. That is, it is evident to me that none of them really understand what God has revealed to man. The reason for this failure, I believe, is their prideful blindness that leads to the undoing of the wisest men when they are confronted with a Being infinitely wiser than they are. All four unwittingly profess to know the mind of God better than God Himself. The evidence I cite convinces me that none of these four men, and others like them, have never fully grasp the certitude of Scripture. This deficiency seems to be a problem of circumstance common to all four stemming from their formative years, their early education, mentors, and their higher than average intellect. On first blush it seems incredible that men of such intellect could not subdue their pride in this instance, but it seems clear to me that all four have made the same error. They all have one fundamental spiritual problem; not believing the unbridled integrity of the Word of God, not believing with certitude that what God said, He meant, and what He meant He said. The God of the Bible is very articulate and precise. He says exactly what He means and means exactly what He says. He told Israel exactly what they needed to do to receive His blessings. He told Moses exactly how to build the tabernacle. He told Noah exactly how to build the Ark. And in Genesis 1, He tells us exactly what he means concerning mankind. These four men and many others like them do not fully concur that the Word of God is accurately and completely recorded in Holy Scripture. Where there is no humility to accept the mystery, no patience to receive interiorly what one has not yet understood, to carry to term, and to let it open up without reservation, the seed of the Word has fallen on rocky ground. A thorough examination of the lives of these men readily supports my views pertaining to their shortcomings in regard to their credibility as it relates to the Word of God.