Faith is a necessary element of all worldviews, and, as atheism is definitely a worldview, it necessarily requires faith to be an atheist. Oddly enough, the atheist belief system requires more assent to seemingly unbelievable tenets than Christianity does. Arguing that Christianity contains the least amount of essential but incredible features, Geisler shows interested readers how few things Christians actually need to take 'on faith' compared to other religions and beliefs. Geisler writes with clarity, wit and wisdom to bridge the imaginary hurdle of the impossibility of Christian belief. Unabridged. 15 Hours. 12 CDs. Read by Kate Reading.