Is the Atheist My Neighbor?: Rethinking Christian Attitudes toward Atheism - eBook
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Title: Is the Atheist My Neighbor?: Rethinking Christian Attitudes toward Atheism - eBook
By: Randal Rauser
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Cascade Books
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 9781498217170
ISBN-13: 9781498217170
Stock No: WW111994EB

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Do atheists hate God? Many Christians seem to think so. For the last three centuries Christians have widely assumed that atheism is always a result of a rebellious, sinful rejection of God. According to this view, at some level atheists really do know there is a God, but they sinfully suppress this knowledge because they want to live independently of God. But what if that is not correct? What if some folks are atheists not because they're sinful and foolish but because they've thought hard, they've looked carefully, and they have simply not found God? What if the common Christian assumptions about atheism are little more than an indefensible prejudice? What if the atheist really is our neighbor?

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Randal Rauser is Professor of Historical Theology at Taylor Seminary in Edmonton, Alberta. He is the author of many books, including The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver, and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails (2012) and You're Not as Crazy as I Think: Dialogue in a World of Loud Voices and Hardened Opinions (2011). Rauser blogs and podcasts as The Tentative Apologist at randalrauser.com.

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