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I just finished Trent Horn's new book, Answering Atheism.
From my viewpoint, it is not possible to prove Atheism false because my Atheism is the result of my inability to accept the Theist's extraordinary claims.
Well written, the author is very organized and take you from point A to Z covering the most of the basics.
very good and fun read: logical, insightful and quite convincing. respectfully argumentative.Published 12 days ago by Norman Sarmiento
Not impressed with this book. Weak arguments and a lack of scientific sophistication.Published 1 month ago by E. Rice
Good book & good read. Will be ready to discuss existence of God when it comes up again with family & friendsPublished 2 months ago by Lovin-Retirement
Disclosure: I have only started to read the first several preview pages with regards to Mr. Horn's book and am interested in reading it front to back. I am an Atheist. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. O'Connor
I recently had the pleasure of attending a conference where Trent Horn gave an introduction to apologetics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica Gaudy
I have just started reading this book, and I have a problem with Mr Horn's definition of Atheism.
Mr Horn correctly says that Atheism means "without God" but later goes on to... Read more
I think this book is very good. We really can grasp some understanding from a serious point of view not "belloni" and have some bottom knowledge if hard questions are asked... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adriana M
Written well but I still cannot understand all the arguments.Published 6 months ago by Dave the Monk
This work by Trent Horn offers nothing new in apologists' attempts to discredit atheism. I have listened to many of Trent Horn's radio broadcasts and found his arguments in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Fred G.