A NEWER EDITION OF THIS BOOK IS NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK AND ON KINDLE. You’ve heard the debates over religion and atheism. Now dig deeper. Theology appears to be alive and well. Speakers such as William Lane Craig, Frank Turek, and Dinesh D’Souza are touring America, proclaiming that religious belief is perfectly rational. In Religion Refuted, author Daniel K. Chaney critiques the arguments advanced by religious apologists, devoting a full chapter to each major argument. The book presents a more in-depth perspective than do most popular skeptical books, while maintaining a casual tone and minimizing philosophical jargon. In the course of this intellectual journey, the reader will explore these questions: How might we detect intelligent design? Is the universe fine-tuned for human life? Does the big bang or quantum fluctuation bolster the case for God? Is religion the foundation of morality? Does objective morality exist? Is science amoral? How might we prove miracles? Can we apply Bayesian math to miracles? Was Jesus a historical person? Is the Bible inerrant? How can we reconcile suffering with a loving God? Is human logic premised on the existence of God? Are reason and faith compatible?