Offering guidance for the emerging generation, apologists McDowell and Morrow's accessible and thorough examination of the New Atheism addresses scientific, philosophical, moral, and biblical challenges to belief in God. Their balanced answers to honest questions will help you build a firm foundation for your faith. Includes expert commentary and recommended resources for further investigation. 304 pages, softcover from Kregel.
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Date:October 27, 2011
I got this book at an Apologetics Conference with Sean Mcdowell as one of the key speakers. The content in this book cover's a wide variety of subjects, like the various arguments for God (moral, cosmological, fine-tuning, etc.) , the basics of intelligent design, whether or not the Bible supports slavery, why faith is relevant, is religion dangerous, and several others. The book is split into two parts: Responding To Scientific And Philosophical Challenges, and Responding To Moral And Biblical Challenges. At the end of each Chapter, there is a short closing by various scholars, like Habermas or Dembski, and titles of a couple books for further engagement on the topic (I found this very helpful). Also, at the end of the book, there is a list of sources for almost everything in the book. In the short time that I have had this, I have heard several questions covered in this book. This is a very good, valid resource. I would recommend this to almost anyone.