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Zondervan The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith

Two brothers. Two beliefs. Two revolted. One returned.

Here, for the first time, Peter Hitchens, brother of prominent atheist Christopher Hitchens, chronicles his personal journey through disbelief into a committed Christian faith. With unflinching honesty, Hitchens describes the personal loss and philosophical curiosity that led him to burn his Bible at prep school and embrace atheism in its place. In the process, he provides hope for all believers who, in the words of T.S. Eliot, may discover "the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."
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Excellent cultural analysis

Date:March 11, 2013
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This book is very good at showing 20th century changes in culture in Russia and Britain. Shows how Christianity provides a stable and civil society. Offers a rationale to support Christianity from the standpoint that Christianity provides a guide to honesty, family stability, integrity, and hope for the future. Christianity has its socially redeeming characteristics. There is all honesty in showing the causes of the decline in Western civilization of Christianity, and this is related to dishonesty in the governments of the West that led to wars very destructive, that eroded the trust that people had in religion, which failed to be critical. Applies the same narrowness that atheists use to belittle religion to atheism itself.
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