All worldviews,including atheism, require faith. But some belief systems are more reasonable than others! Geisler and Turek make the case that Christianity requires the least faith of all because so much evidence points toward the existence of God and the reliability of Scripture. An engaging, easy-to-follow defense for Christians and skeptics. Unabridged. Read by Kate Reading.
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Review 1 for I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist - Audiobook on CD
Date:May 21, 2009
A well thought out lecture series - I haven't reviewed every CD at this time but I am going to have to order a hard copy of the book which I believe is advisable. Lots of data and requires lots of time to go through it.
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Review 2 for I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist - Audiobook on CD
Date:March 1, 2008
The best book I have read if you want to learn how to defend the faith. It covers the whole gamut from "Is the universe eternal or was it created?" to "Did Jesus rise from the dead?" and provides the evidence that will lead any "open-minded" skeptic to re-consider their positions. Every Christian Needs to read this book "to give an answer to every man for the hope of the reason that lies within us with gentleness and respect" 1Peter 3:15