1. The End of Reason: A Response to the New Atheists
    The End of Reason: A Response to the New Atheists
    Ravi Zacharias
    Zondervan / 2008 / Hardcover
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    great book
    December 20, 2010
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    This book is a great resource for those interested in learning about a christian response to the Atheistic world view. Zacharias has done some of his best work in this book, he is such a great author.
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    December 15, 2010
    David North
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    I just love this man! He does have reason, and a whole lot of it. And that we canot live without. Amen
  3. 3 Stars Out Of 5
    June 4, 2010
    Michael V. Baxter
    Let it be known that I love Mr. Zacharias' previous works, yet this book is far too concise and incomplete and also too "off topic" for one to read and be absolutely assured of one's faith in God. The first question of "Where we come from?" is inadequately answered. It would have been better if Ravi simply utilized a Presuppositional Apologetic and carried each presupposition to its logical conclusion since this is exactly what Ravi quickly does in dismissing the Materialists for not having an answer for the beginning and moves to its inconsistencies in application. He misapplies the argument of chance in that in a given eternity the chance of something occurring is possible regardless of its improbability. Just like our faithful predecessors, no one has or should even attempt to disprove another's theory on the beginning of origins (since finite experience does not lend oneself to this knowledge) but one merely asserts such and moves from that premise.Although I find Mr. Harris' comments repulsive, Ravi sadly also uses the same methods he criticizes Mr. Harris of committing in appealing to emotion and carrying on with hypothetic and/or true personal examples.This book is clearly Ravi's personal grudge against Harris in his attack of Mr. Harris' obvious lack of knowledge and unconcern with moral issues. Although these may be true they serve no purpose in the dismantling an argument. It would have been more helpful to the reader if Ravi simply addressed the atheist's premises in a more formal manner and demonstrated their contradictions.
  4. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    February 18, 2010
    Eliot Diaz
    I think the book is very good, however it will probably take me a couple of times to read the book to retain all the information.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 5, 2009
    Franklin D Robinson
    Ravi is one of this church age great Christian thinkers and conservative theologian. Although I haven't finished the book I am intrigued by his effort to refute one of the many forces of evil against God and His infallible truth. Thus far a very good book, try it...
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