Who has the best answers to the questions about the existence of God: theists or atheists? Which side can produce the strongest arguments and evidence? An aggressive campaign by atheist authors and scientists has challenged organized religion: If God exists, then prove it The atheists have contested the very foundations of all religious belief and have attacked with great passion the Judeo-Christian community in particular. Unfortunately, the community of faith has not marshaled a strong unified defense, choosing instead to hold firm to the dogma that has worked for them for so many centuries. Unfortunately, answers about God that were sufficient a hundred years ago fall woefully short of convincing the young people of today; the children of the Information Age. They demand proof; scientific proof that the scriptures can be trusted. Asking today's young people to believe something that goes against what their science teachers are telling them requires an argument that is valid and beyond any reasonable doubt; an argument they can defend but one the church has been unwilling or unable to craft. As a result there has been a significant falling-away from traditional religion into agnosticism and atheism; a trend that will produce an agnostic America by the end of this century. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt will answer many of the questions raised about God's existence. It examines the reasoning and circumstantial evidence offered by both sides in a head-to-head fashion, allowing the reader to choose the most reasonable argument. The book was researched and written with an open mind and is intended for the non-scientist. There is no deliberate support of any particular scientific or theological model; only what is confirmed by the facts. Do the scientific facts verify or falsify what is written in the scriptures? What you read may surprise you.