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Traces the development of atheistic and agnostic thinking from the 'Golden Age' of Greek philosophy to the present day.

Pinpoints the influence of thinkers such as Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre and Bertrand Russell, and shows how their teaching has shaped recent atheistic and agnostic ideas.

Traces the rise of Darwinian evolutionism and uncovers the weaknesses in claims made by its modern supporters such as Richard Dawkins and Peter Atkins.

Exposes the errors of secular humanism, materialism, relativism, determinism and existentialism.

Highlights the fundamental flaws in nine world religions and fourteen major cults.

Shows why science and true religion are not opposed to each other.

Examines the critical issue of how an all-powerful God of love can allow evil and suffering in the world.

Published: EP Books an imprint of Vearsa Limited on Jul 2, 2014
ISBN: 9780852349786
List price: $13.99
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Pure nonsense from beginning to end. This is standard fare Christian apologetics--create a straw man by intentionally misrepresenting history, philosophy, and skeptical arguments, then pretend like you have knocked it down with a stunning panoply of logical fallacies.read more
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I stopped reading this book early on. The first chapter or two contained so many errors of fact and interpretation that I saw no point in continuing. I just skimmed into it again, as I entered the book onto this database. I found the passage on "the atomists," and the author's treatment of Epicurus. He doesn't understand Epicurean theology at all. He imputes to Epicurus the notion that there were many worlds, but no gods. Epicurus, of course, made a point of acknowledging the existence of gods. He just reasoned that they would have no interest in us, and we should not worship them. A far cry from Blanchard's idiotic quick summary of Epicurus's philosophy.read more
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A good size book jam packed with references, examples, stories and useful information, for any person interested in what Christians believe, and in some of the possible directions for discussion with an atheist.read more
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Pure nonsense from beginning to end. This is standard fare Christian apologetics--create a straw man by intentionally misrepresenting history, philosophy, and skeptical arguments, then pretend like you have knocked it down with a stunning panoply of logical fallacies.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
I stopped reading this book early on. The first chapter or two contained so many errors of fact and interpretation that I saw no point in continuing. I just skimmed into it again, as I entered the book onto this database. I found the passage on "the atomists," and the author's treatment of Epicurus. He doesn't understand Epicurean theology at all. He imputes to Epicurus the notion that there were many worlds, but no gods. Epicurus, of course, made a point of acknowledging the existence of gods. He just reasoned that they would have no interest in us, and we should not worship them. A far cry from Blanchard's idiotic quick summary of Epicurus's philosophy.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
A good size book jam packed with references, examples, stories and useful information, for any person interested in what Christians believe, and in some of the possible directions for discussion with an atheist.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
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