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The Atheist Who Didn't Exist: Or the Dreadful Consequences of Bad Arguments Paperback – July 27, 2015
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"This is a must-read. Recommend this book to high school and campus ministry leaders, pastors, higher education faculty, and Ravi Zacharias fans." (CBA Retailers+Resources 2015-07-15)
About the Author
Andy Bannister is the Canadian director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Based in Toronto, Andy speaks frequently across Canada, the United States, and Europe, in settings ranging from universities to business forums to churches. Before joining RZIM, he had a background in youth work and earned a PhD in Qur’anic Studies.
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Reading this book is at times like entering philosophy nirvana. I like that Andy Bannister points out that everyone has faith in something. I agree with him that it is impossible to live life normally without faith. He also points out that Christianity has never encouraged blind faith.
This book seemed short and could have included more challenges to new atheism. But in the end it does make you think about what you really believe. At times this book is witty and lol funny. Andy Bannister is also a good storyteller. I enjoyed it and can recommend it to Christians.
~The Rebecca Review
So much helpful information is packed into this little book. Filled with wisdom and really well thought out arguments, but sandwiched by humorous anecdotes (the footnotes alone are worth buying the book), I found myself alternating between "ah ha!" moments and embarrassing snorts of laughter while reading it in my auto repair waiting room.
Seriously - this is a MUST READ for anyone who thinks "There's Probably No God. Now Stop Worrying and Enjoy Your Life." is a good slogan. It's also a must read for those who believe in God AND have a sense of humor. Or people like me, who never feel completely prepared for the "hard-hitting" atheist arguments and want to know more, but don't necessarily want to read books that require a dictionary nearby. If you fall into one of those categories, this is a "must read" and "buy it now" book.
On a side note: I don't know Andy, but I strongly suspect that he's the kind of guy you want to invite to every dinner party.