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A Christian book written by a Christian for a Christian,
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This review is from: Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics (Paperback)
I found this to be one of the better Christian apologetics books out there. However, this book seems to be heavily geared toward the Christian reader; I initially believed that it would be directed toward skeptics. I found that the author placed a lot of emphasis on personal experience. The arguments are well laid out and very well organized, but several of his ideas have been refuted by various authors and speakers. Although, as an atheist, I certainly did not agree with many of Dr. Craig's points, I enjoyed reading his ideas.
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Initial post: 19 Aug 2008 14:11:08 BDT
William Fross says:
I'm not sure about your point that his ideas have been "refuted" by many. They have certainly been argued against, which isn't quite the same thing. It's worth checking out the debates he has done, as well as the comments on those debates from other philosophers in various published editions, if you want to see other professional philosophers' responses to his arguments as put forward in the book.
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