From the Back Cover
--John M. Frame, J. D. Trimble Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary
"This is a wonderful help. Its reasoning is tight, but it is 'popular'enough to be helpful for virtually anyone. Really a nice work."
--Fred Zaspel, Author of The Theology of B. B. Warfield
"Biehl's book is impressive. The dialogue is a helpful and interesting approachthat makes apologetics more accessible. There is so much to which Icould point that I consider to be good and even striking that I think it would be pedantic to list them all."
--David McWilliams, Senior Minister, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, FL
"A solid defense of biblical Christianity against the claims of atheismand a practical and orthodox response to the challenges of the vocaladvocates of unbelief in our times."
--William Edgar, Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
"Atheists and their less dogmatic cousins, agnostics, are making a comebacktoday, at least in Europe and North America. In some places, moreover,they are given the moral high ground and assumed to be chic. But asCraig Biehl has shown, they are undermining any and all standards ofmorality, and even rationality. Now more than ever, Christians need tounderstand this and encourage one another to stay fixed upon Christ.Read this book and rest assured that, in the words of the old hymn, allother ground is sinking sand."
--Douglas A. Sweeney, Professor ofChurch History and the History of Christian Thought, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"Craig Biehl is a scholar, but one who speaks in plain language in defense ofthe authority and reliability of the Bible and its teachings. The Boxdebunks denials of biblical truth by exposing the flawed assumptionswhich underlie them, boosting our trust of Scripture and providing uswith useful tools to defend our faith against scholarly attacks."
--Bob Deffinbaugh, Ministry Coordinator, Bible.org.
"A marvelous book. I am delighted by the thought of college studentsreading this as they tread through the deep waters of unbelief on thecollege campus. Craig does a wonderful job of boiling down unbelief andof demonstrating the commonality between atheism and agnosticism and the fact that all believers can and should interact well with unbelief. Iam grateful for this labor of love for Christ's church."
--Dustyn Eudaly, Associate Minister, Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church, Orlando, FL