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Answering the New Atheism: Dismantling Dawkins' Case Against God

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  • Posted December 31, 2008

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    After reading several of the atheist tomes including the one by Dawkins - The God Delusion and Hitchens - God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything. I then purchased several books offering rebuttals. One I liked was William's Greater Than You Think: A Theologian Answers the Atheists About God <BR/><BR/>This book did present a few compelling arguments but I felt that they fell short in too many places. Maybe they were trying to keep down the wordcount, however, I believe the intellect was there but not really used at all times. One thing that distracts from the books by both Dawkins and Hitchens is their obvious hatred of God even though they claim that He does not exist. Same thing with this book. The authors hatred of Dawkins I believe should have been mellowed out with less direct attacks and comments and more on the general stupidity of atheists. <BR/><BR/>The flow of the book and the footnotes were excellent. In addition, I support anyone willing to invest the time and effort to battle this growing crisis of faith. I feel the Dawkins of the world are winning. I certainly hope I am wrong. <BR/><BR/>I hope you find this review helpful. <BR/><BR/>Michael L. Gooch - Author of Wingtips with Spurs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    Very well done, it's great to see an opinion taken apart by real

    Very well done, it's great to see an opinion taken apart by real experts.  I agree with one of the reviewers, there should be a second part to this book.

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