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Bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza (What's So Great About America) looks at Christianity with a questioning eye, but treats atheists with equal skepticism. The result is a book that will challenge the assumptions of both believers and doubters and affirm that there really is, indeed, something great about Christianity. D'Souza reveals:
*Why Christianity explains what modern science tells us about the universe and our origins--that matter was created out of nothing, that light preceded the sun--better than atheism does
*How Christianity created the framework for modern science, so that Christianity and science are not irreconcilable, but science and atheism might be
*Why the alleged sins of Christianity--the Crusades, the Inquisition, the Galileo affair ("an atheist's fable")--are vastly overblown
*Why atheist regimes are responsible for the greatest mass murders of history
*Why evolution does not threaten Christian belief, but actually supports the "argument from design"
*Why atheists fear the Big Bang theory and the "anthropic principle" of the universe, which are keystones of modern astronomy and physics
*How Christianity explains consciousness and free will, which atheists have to deny
*Why ultimately you can't have Western civilization--and all we value from it--without the Christianity that gave it birth.
Provocative, enlightening, a twenty-first-century successor to C. S. Lewis' Mere Christianity, Dinesh D'Souza's What's So Great About Christianity is the perfect book for the seeker, the skeptic, and the believer who wants to defend his faith. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
First of all, let me make it clear that I am an agnostic.
With that out of the way, I found this book entertaining to read, not as good as all the hype made it to be but... Read more
Fantastic book! It goes into the skeptics backyard and confronts the countless superficially good arguments and exposes them for the fallacy filled red herrings they are. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Tech Addict
This book was informative however it lost my interest. I guess it was the way it was written.Published 1 month ago by Mary A Arcovio
With such a deluge of information, or misinformation, coming at us from every direction from an increasingly secular point of view the facts are often difficult to see clearly. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joel D. Worthington