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"A thoughtful and intellectually challenging work presenting arguments that every honest theist and Christian should face."
-Dr. Norman L. Geisler Christian apologist, author of The Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
John W. Loftus (Angola, IN) earned MA and MDiv degrees in theology and philosophy from Lincoln Christian Seminary under the guidance of Dr. James D. Strauss. He then attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he studied under Dr. William Lane Craig and received a ThM degree in philosophy of religion. Before leaving the church, he had ministries in Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana, and he taught at several Christian colleges. He is also the editor of The Christian Delusion: Why Faith Fails and The End of Christianity. In addition, he has an online blog at http://debunkingchristianity.blogspot.com.
Honest point of view, not very favorite of the regular churchgoer.Published 2 months ago by Alberto Mendez
While it got a bit technical for me, it was a useful tool for me when I was exploring my options.Published 2 months ago by folclor
I had lots of questions about the idea of god and this book helped me clarified things for me. thanks.Published 3 months ago by jeimyc e andalis
Long and small type but worth it! Really good book for after you read "The God Virus" . It is great for beefing up your ability to debate theists.Published 4 months ago by Sissy76
John W.Loftus is a name that immediately means," This Book is Terrific". Its Worth twice the money. A must have for any Atheist and his Library. Read morePublished 5 months ago by peewee Lee
The fact that he mentioned how he was tempted by Linda was enough of a turn off the basis of atheism is to be able to take responsibility for your actions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Life Is Good
Excellent book. Using reason & common sense, one cannot continue to believe in "any" god.Published 10 months ago by Walt Hoefer
A very thorough account that provides comprehensive reasons from multiple facets on why not to believe. Read morePublished 11 months ago by barsKii