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Evangelical Press Who Made God?

All too often books that deal with deep philosophical questions lack connection to the absurdity and humor of everyday life. This book, Who Created God does not suffer from that problem. This book, while intellectually engaging, also tackles the 'new atheism' of philosophers like Richard Dawkins with humor, wit, and yet remains highly informative, scholarly precise, and above all, is well written.

Presenting a robust argument for biblical theism as a positive, and as an altogether more convincing alternative to atheism, Edgar Andrews' work is as thoughtful and compelling, as it is entertaining and witty. Indeed, Robert Strivens,president of London theological Seminary, describes Andrews as "devastating in his critique of evolutionary atheism" and that he compellingly shows how a "right understanding of the scientific enterprise poses no threat to biblical Christianity.

This book is perfect for anyone who desires to understand this debate from the lay level, or who is questioning their own faith, and wants to see the arguments framed in a new way. A great read for anyone, especially for those wanting to understand and counteract the 'new atheism'.
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This review is fromWho Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything.
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Explores theistic and atheistic arguments for God

Date:May 11, 2011
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Explores theistic and atheistic arguments for God, but gives compelling insights into the God of the Bible. I liked the erudite handling of scientific arguments.
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