What Your Atheist Professor Doesn't Know (But Should) by Stephen Joseph Williams
The information age has begotten turmoil. It seems that the more information we have, the less peace the average person has. To many, an impression has developed that modern science has disproved the existence of the immaterial realm, and doomed us to a sterile, pointless wandering in the wilderness of minutiae. During roughly the same time this impression has been developing in popular culture, however, massive evidence to the contrary has been steadily erupting from The Sciences! Now that literally billions of trillions of layers of mathematical impossibility have been exposed for the Materialist worldview, compounded by insurmountable metaphysical hurdles, atheism has been shown to be completely irrational!
A reasonably skeptical look at modern philosophy, science, archaeology and history point overwhelmingly in a single direction, and the truth that it points to is blissful and eternal. If you'd like to see some of the evidence that has been causing a resurgence of Theism in academic philosophy departments recently, read this book!
Steve Williams, is head of the Reasonable Faith Honolulu chapter and author of "What Your Atheist Professor Doesn't Know (But Should)" [http://www.amazon.com/Atheist-Professor-Doesnt-Should-ebook/dp/B0084Y3Q14] and "The Skeptics' Guide to Eternal Bliss" (Lulu.com; 2009) [http://www.lulu.com/shop/steve-j-williams/sgeb-2nd-edition/paperback/product-5295443.html].
Steve also writes on church-state issues for Examiner.com, is married, and is currently raising two kids in Honolulu. A Moorpark College and U.H. Manoa graduate, Steve was a licensed real estate agent from 1996 to 2010, and was an Elder and Prayer Deacon at a local church for several years. He is also an avid guitarist, and has written numerous articles for local newspapers and websites. Steve is a voracious reader, with interests in Philosophy, Theology and American Law, and his Theological writings have been used to teach at Oceania Theological Seminary. Steve has an IQ in the genius range (no brag; just relevant fact, especially for an autodidact). Steve's interactions with top-shelf thinkers like William Lane Craig, and Fazale Rana have confirmed that his reasoning on these topics is sound.