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I strongly recommend this book for Christians as well as for non-believers.
After reviewing the "scientific" literature, Averick notes there is good reason to believe no naturalistic explanation will ever be forthcoming.
He has a lot invested in the idea of God's existence, and cannot stand the idea of a Godless universe.
It takes the atheists' attacks and turns them agains themselves. I thoroughly enjoyed the rabbi's lawerly-sarcastical style. Well done...Published 1 month ago by Morgan Webs
Rabbi Averick destroys the foundations of atheism and show that atheism requires more blind faith than a belief in God. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don J. Colton
Well written, thoughtful. There is so much that Atheism does not question in a logical manner. Rabbi Moshe Averick discusses some of this head on.Published 15 months ago by Matt Larson
Detailed, a bit o a long read, but has comprehensive arguements on the subject. Rabbi Averick is very well versed on the subject and a lot of research went into the book.Published 19 months ago by Yonatan
Basically, the author makes a good case against atheism. He give many examples of the impossible fantasies required to believe life evolved from random chemistry. Read morePublished 23 months ago by JoeJensen
In this engaging book, Averick completely shreds the atheist worldview. The author shows through strict logical analysis(and from the statements/admissions of the atheists... Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by Steven
In one Star Trek episode, Mr Spock said (regarding knowing) that if you release an object in a high gravity field, it is not necessary to look to know that the object has fallen. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by David Jameson
Here's a sample of Rabbi M.Averick at his best:
True devotees of naturalism
Talmudic sources describe the practices of an ancient pagan cult called Ba'al... Read more
As the child of a devout Atheist and having heard all of the arguments against God, I can attest that this book does a good job at getting to the root of many of the illogical... Read morePublished on November 17, 2011 by Rgordon