How to Be an Atheist (Foreword by J. P. Moreland): Why Many Skeptics Aren't Skeptical Enough - eBook
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Title: How to Be an Atheist (Foreword by J. P. Moreland): Why Many Skeptics Aren't Skeptical Enough - eBook
By: Mitch Stokes
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781433543012
ISBN-13: 9781433543012
Stock No: WW81979EB

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Atheists love to challenge the beliefs of Christians, emphasizing the importance of skepticism for all truly “free-thinking" people. However, more often than not, atheists actually aren’t skeptical enough. In this book, philosopher Mitch Stokes demonstrates that atheists’ confidence in the supposed God-killing “facts” of science, math, and their own reason all too often lulls them into a mind-set that leaves their own worldview largely unquestioned. Making the case for a more complete skepticism that questions the assumptions of Christians and non-Christians, this book winsomely shows how Christianity offers the best explanation for the world, humanity, and morality.

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