Does God Believe in Atheists?
- 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 Neitzsche, Martin Heidegger, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre and Bertrand Russell, and shows how their teaching has helped to shape modern atheistic and agnostic ideas.
- Traces the rise of Darwinian evolutionism and uncovers the weaknesses in claims made by its contemporary exponents such as Richard Dawkins and Peter Atkins.
- Exposes the fallacies of determinism, existentialism and secular humanism.
- Highlights the fundamental flaws in nine world religions and fourteen major cults.
- Shows why true science and true religion are not enemies, but friends.
- Examines the critical issue of how a God of love can allow suffering and evil.
About the Author
Dr. John Blanchard is an internationally known Christian preacher, teacher, apologist and author. He has written 25 books, including two of Britain's most widely used evangelistic presentations, Right With God and the booklet Ultimate Questions. The latter has over fourteen million copies in print in over 40 languages. His major book Does God believe in Atheists?, was voted 'Best Christian Book' in the 2001 UK Christian Book Awards, and immediately became a best-seller, described as 'a brilliant defense of belief in God'. Other books he has written include: Truth for Life, Whatever Happened to Hell, Meet the Real Jesus, and The Beatitudes for Today.
Dr. Blanchard is now heavily committed to Popular Christian Apologetics, a project involving writing, speaking, teaching and broadcasting in defense of the Christian faith. Following on from Does God Believe in Atheists? further books in the series include, Has Science got rid of God?, Is God past His sell-by Date?, Meet the Real Jesus, Is Anybody Out There?, Where Do We Go From Here?, Evolution: Fact or Fiction? and Why Believe the Bible?
A witty apologetic filled with curious details about major philosophers, world religions, cults, and lots of other stuff.
This book is destined to be a classic on the subject.