Answering Atheism: How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity

  • Title: Answering Atheism: How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity
  • Author: Trent Horn
  • ISBN: 9781938983436
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • Answering Atheism How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity Today s New Atheists don t just deny God s existence as the old atheists did they consider it their duty to scorn and ridicule religious belief We don t need new answers for this aggressive modern str
    Today s New Atheists don t just deny God s existence as the old atheists did they consider it their duty to scorn and ridicule religious belief We don t need new answers for this aggressive modern strain of unbelief We need a new approach In Answering Atheism, Trent Horn responds with a fresh and useful resource for the God debate, based on reason, common sense, andToday s New Atheists don t just deny God s existence as the old atheists did they consider it their duty to scorn and ridicule religious belief We don t need new answers for this aggressive modern strain of unbelief We need a new approach In Answering Atheism, Trent Horn responds with a fresh and useful resource for the God debate, based on reason, common sense, and importantly, a charitable approach that respects atheists sincerity and good will, making this book suitable not just for believers but for skeptics and seekers too.Meticulously researched, and street tested in Horn s work as a pro God apologist, it tackles all the major issues of the debate, including Reconciling human evil and suffering with the existence of a loving, all powerful God Whether the empirical sciences have eliminated the need for God, or in fact point to him How atheists usually deny moral laws and thus a moral lawgiver in theory

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    1. A comprehensive book looking at the many different ways atheists see faith and belief in God. Trent Horn did a great job laying out this book and making it simple to read. It is a good starter book to get people interested in diving deeper about the various cases for God. We needed this book. Thanks, Trent.

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    2. This is an excellent book to give to an atheist or for people of faith to read to make a strong case for God. Trent covered it all with logic and extensive examples in an easy to read style.

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    3. The good thing to say about this book is that Trent tries to be fair and non-confrontative when discussing atheist's concerns. He also delineates the issues more clearly than most of the Christian apologists I have read.The problem is that none of his arguments hold water. In a sense, this is not his fault, because he is mostly just reiterating the standard apologetic arguments, all of which are flawed - primarily because they start with the conclusion they want to reach, and then find arguments [...]

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    4. Answering Atheism was a really great read. As I make my way through learning more about apologetics and theology, it was only a matter of time until I read this book. I have listened to Trent many times on Catholic Answers Live during the featured hours, "Why Are You an Atheist?" and when I heard he had written a book on the topic, I figured I'd get to it at some point.Well, that time has come (and gone) and I can say that this was a brilliant book. One of the things that I really like and stuck [...]

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    5. I really, really enjoyed this book. I think that Trent Horn does an amazing job with his simple presentation of some quite complex material. There were a handful of times where I think he made some leaps in his arguments, but overall the arguments are presented very clearly. Of all the arguments in the book, I think the Moral Argument is laid out the most explicitly and convincingly. This is a must read for Theists who are seeking to support their views or Agnostics who would like to see the the [...]

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    6. InterestingDefinitely a dense read. I appreciated the little "review" sections at the end of each chapter - they kept me on track and summarized a LOT of arguments and quotes and ideas quite nicely.

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    7. bookdialogue/answering-ath

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    8. In depth, philosophical, but understandable (mostly). I recommend to anyone who wants to engage with agnostic or atheists friends.

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    9. I liked it. Trent Horn has an incredible ability to defuse an intensely emotional situation and to calmly discuss really difficult topics with reason and civility. The problem is that there's no drama in the book about a subject that's often drowning in it. But this is probably the better way to go vice doubling down on the drama. The book begins by calmly poking holes in atheist arguments, not flat out disproving them, but creating reasonable doubt. Then he moves into philosophical arguments fo [...]

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    10. Trent Horn lays out clearly and concisely several good arguments for the existence of God. In a few places the book reaches only a sort of "stalemate" with atheist thought (specifically the places where it puts the burden of proof on atheism, which is difficult because it places the burden on proving a negative statement), but otherwise provides highly informative reading. The book is pithy, and occasionally sarcastic (which is a bad habit of Internet atheists, so it's too bad that Trent does th [...]

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    11. Trent Horn gives such compelling logic and facts and arguments in understanding why God exists based on the universe, reason, and philosophy. The analogies and stories given to explain Gods existence are so clearly laid out that it really affirmed my faith that God exists - I have very much confidence in this reality - that an all powerful, all good, all knowing God loves me infinitely and is with me at all moments of every day. He used reason and philosophy - not much scripture to get at if God [...]

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    12. Great BookTrent presented highly complex arguments in terms that the layman can understand. I've read other apologetic works of this nature, but I particularly enjoyed this one. Well done, Trent.

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    13. Can't say I finished it. This one should be taken in small bites. The logic is good but pretty complex.

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    14. What a great book! I immediately regretted having bought it on Kindle because I wanted to share it with my atheist friends. Have to buy another copy or twelve.

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