How To Argue With An Atheist And Win [NOOK Book]


This Book Was Revised On 2/20/2012

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How To Argue With An Atheist And Win

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This Book Was Revised On 2/20/2012

If you're interested in learning how to win an argument with an atheist, you're at the right place. You know that God exists, but can't really figure out why an atheist doesn't feel the same way.

What makes these people tick?

What would it take to convert them?

What do they really want?

What do I need to do, to prove that God does exist?

If you’re planning on trying to figure out why these individuals cannot see things the way you do, then this book will provide you with a few, thought-provoking reasons why. These people aren't difficult to figure out, but are extremely difficult to fool.

You don't need to be a college professor to win an argument with an atheist, but you will need a few facts. I'm not going to give away all of my secrets, but this book will provide you with a few of them.

Hopefully, they will be enough, to show you, how to win an argument, with one of the most difficult opponents, you will ever face.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013036635
  • Publisher: Greg Vanden Berge
  • Publication date: 8/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 77
  • File size: 53 KB

Meet the Author

Greg Vanden Berge is a successful writer who has created over 30 nonfiction books and some of them deal with religious issues like atheism and Christianity. He's been motivated by other speakers and writers, to create interesting books that provide readers with thought-provoking ideas and wisdom.

Greg is also a husband, father and avid gardener. He's spent most of his life gathering information and sharing it with others. His main goal in life is to get people to think about their beliefs and figure out why they believe in some of the strangest things imaginable.

You will also enjoy tidbits of his wit and humor, as you work your way, towards the end of his books.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2013


    No religious person has ever won an argument with an atheist because religion and logic are mutually exclusive. Feelings, the Bible, and church services are not arguments. They are excuses for those who have nowhere to stand.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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