While New Atheists like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and others proclaim loudly their rationality, clear thinking, and incontrovertible scientific arguments, others are beginning to wonder how genuinely rational they are. Have they proved anything? Have they argued convincingly? Have they pinpointed any real challenges to the credibility of Christian faith?
"True Reason," edited by Tom Gilson and Carson Weitnauer, brings together a compendium of writers--philosophers, apologists, ethicists, theologians, historians--who look carefully at the best arguments atheism has and evaluate their validity, logic, assumptions, and naturalist conclusions.
Authors include noted philosopher William Lane Craig and popular apologist Sean McDowell, along with Gilson, Weitnauer, John DePoe, Chuck Edwards, Matthew Flannagan, Peter Grice, Randy Hardman, David Marshall, Glenn Sunshine, David Wood, and Samuel Youngs. Each chapter tackles a different atheist argument and brings reason fully into the discussion.
Which is more reasonable: atheism or Christianity? Read "True Reason" and think for yourself.
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About the Author
Tom is the monthly Worldview and You columnist at www.breakpoint.org. His articles have appeared in Discipleship Journal, Touchstone Magazine, and Salvo. He runs the Thinking Christian blog, www.thinkingchristian.net, and is a member of the group blogs at First Things: Evangel (www.firstthings.com/blogs/evangel) and The Point (www.thepointradio.org). He enjoys hiking, canoeing, and the long-term project (still unsuccessful after many years) of trying to convince Jonathan and Lisa that “daddies are never silly.”
Carson Weitnauer (M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) blogs regularly at www.ReasonsForGod.org. Since 2003, he has been engaged in reasoned dialogue with students as a campus minister at Emory University, Rhodes College, Harvard University, Boston College Law School, and other universities. He also currently facilitates the National Apologetics and Biblical Worldview Network for the Mission America Coalition. Carson lives in Boston with his wife and daughter.
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