- Hardcover: 655 pages
- Publisher: Evangelical Press (July 1, 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0852344600
- ISBN-13: 978-0852344606
- Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.4 x 1.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 32 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,547,826 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Does God Believe in Atheists Hardcover – July 1, 2000
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John Blanchard has put us greatly in his debt with this extensively researched and lucidy written 'encyclopaedia' of atheists' arguments and the responses to them. --The Banner of Truth
An excellent resource of outstanding relevance: comprehensive. earnest, eminently readable, apologetically sound, compelling and evangelistic. --Reformation Today --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Dr. John Blanchard is an internationally known
Christian preacher, teacher, apologist and
author. He has written 30 books, including two
of Britain's most widely used evangelistic
presentations, Right With God and the booklet
Ultimate Questions. The latter has over fourteen
million copies in print in about 60 languages.
Dr. Blanchard is now heavily committed to
Popular Christian Apologetics, a project
involving writing, speaking, teaching and
broadcasting in defense of the Christian faith. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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The preface describes it as `probably unique,' and I couldn't agree more. The uniqueness was mainly experienced in the frustration I felt trying to use this book for what it's obviously designed to be - a reference work. This book, in its electronic form (I can hardly believe it even as I type these words) has no subject index. It has no footnotes, as all well-written nonfiction should. It has no endnotes. That's right - it has no notes of any kind, despite the author's nearly continuous quoting or referring to other writers and thinkers on nearly every page. It contains not even so much as a table of contents. Friends, this is a nearly seven-hundred page book. One cannot imagine how these oversights could have come to be, especially since the printed edition contains all of these things. I finished it asking the question, "Does Evangelical Press believe in customers?"
After writing a grumpy email to Evangelical Press, I received this nice reply a few hours later:
Thank you for your web message about the book by Dr John Blanchard, 'Does God Believe in Atheists.' You are quite right in your criticisms of the Kindle version of this book; please accept my sincere apologies. This book was done very early in our eBook conversion process and other titles from that period have been corrected but this one has been missed. You have rightly concluded that Dr Blanchard is not responsible; he is in fact a meticulous supplier of references. We will have this book done properly and I will then send you a replacement copy. It may take some weeks and I am pleased to be able to offer you a free copy of the print version if you will supply your address.
Managing Director, Evangelical Press
Wow! That's customer service, people. Eagerly awaiting the updated edition, and will change the star rating appropriately when it arrives.
this down and with 900 pages its a book that will be a great reference tool. The arguments for God are far better and more
rational with clearer proofs than those against God. It requires faith given by God to believe in God but the atheists position
also requires great faith in chance and mindless happenings in order to come to an answer for all things. Belief in the God
who has created all things based on His Omniscience, Omnipotence, and Holiness is rational and reasonable. Belief in
creation as a natural occurrence without thought or reason is against all reality that we know. Bringing something from nothing
through natural means is against all scientific facts and experience. The bias of many against God is greater than truth or reality it seems. They choose faith in blind chance rather than an All-knowing, Almighty, Holy and Loving God. I will stick with God!
- covers a broad base of essential topics and an understandable discussion around them.
- is very readable and engaging. Even though this topic could get technical Blanchard has controlled that while giving us wonderful content.
- brings to the surface the critical points that we should understand while we talk with others.
All books like this one will have a host of "haters" so it's tough to know the good from the not so good. This is the place to start. Even though this book is over 600 pages long, it's easy to read from cover to cover (I don't find it easy to do that often). You will refer back to this one.
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Disappointing. Book's body fails to even deal w/the topic of the title.