Disbelieving Disbelief: How the New Atheism Makes Atheism Unbelievable

Disbelieving Disbelief: How the New Atheism Makes Atheism Unbelievable

by Phillip Brown


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781498282031
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 03/18/2016
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Phillip Brown is Priest in Charge at St John's, west Brunswick, in Melbourne and has a keen interest in the New Atheism. He holds an Associate in Music Performance and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Philosophy as well as a Master in Divinity. He is married to Lisa who lectures in youth ministry at Ridley College in Melbourne; and they both enjoy Christian ministry and their dog Moses.

Table of Contents

Foreword 1

Introduction: Bringing Down the Religious Twin Towers Phillip Brown 3

Chapter 1 The New Atheism: An introduction and overview Robert Martin 6

Chapter 2 Speaking Across The Void: World-views, presuppositions and why we must Simon Angus 19

Chapter 3 Why Atheists Worry about Believers… and what believers can learn from that Greg Restall 35

Chapter 4 God the Intimate Interventionist: Nick Cave and Dietrich Bonhoeffer in dialogue Gordon Preece 42

Chapter 5 The New Atheists and the New Testament Robert Martin 54

Chapter 6 Can We Be Good Without God? Justin Denholm 74

Chapter 7 Why Richard Dawkins Should Believe in Jesus Christ Phillip Brown 81

Chapter 8 The New Atheists and Philosophical Proof Phillip Brown 91

Chapter 9 Six Days? Tim Patrick 102

Chapter 10 Grounds for Divorce? Science, scientism and the Christian faith Chris Mulherin 120

About the Authors 139

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