Does God Believe in Atheists?: How past atheist and agnostic by John Blanchard
By John Blanchard
This award-winning identify lines the improvement of atheistic and agnostic pondering over the last 2,500 years and exhibits how thinkers like Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bertrand Russell and others have formed many people's pondering today.
It additionally pinpoints the issues in Darwinian evolutionism and in claims made for it by way of Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and others, explains why secular humanism self-destructs, unearths why there is not any clash among technology and trust in God, exposes deadly mistakes in 9 global religions and fourteen significant cults and indicates why the lifestyles of evil and ache isn't any cause to disclaim God's existence.
Newly up to date with an Appendix - 'Dealing with Dawkins'.
Dr. John Blanchard is an across the world identified Christian preacher, instructor, apologist and writer. He has written 30 books, together with of Britain's most generally used evangelistic shows, correct With God and the ebook final Questions. The latter has over fourteen million copies in print in approximately 60 languages. Dr. Blanchard is now seriously dedicated to well known Christian Apologetics, a undertaking concerning writing, talking, instructing and broadcasting in safeguard of the Christian faith.
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