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Debunking Christian Circular Arguments and Assumptions by [Wu, Winston]
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The book just what the title says, and if you are wanting to reason with biblical literalists it's a good place to start. The author has plenty of personal experience of living within the evangelical community and used to be an active proponent of his faith. There are helpful links to websites for further information, though the urls may change or go offline over time.
On the negative side I felt that most of his arguments made assumptions about what Christians believe that often don't apply to the theology of Orthodox Christians, many Anglicans and Catholics, mystics, Quakers etc. It's a useful resource if the Christians you encounter are from a Protestant fundamentalist church - and is helpful to non-Protestants who want to understand the big differences that exist between the ancient Churches and the plethora of modern denominations.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Off the rails 20 Sept. 2012
By M. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
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While the first third of the book was fairly straight forward, despite having too many links to other sites, around 1/3 of the way through Wu starts falling prey to several fallacies when discussing atheism and miracles. For a book dedicated to debunking circular reasoning I think it misses the mark by quite a bit. For instance, Wu claims that 84% of Americans believe in miracles and 48% report they have experienced them. This is argumentum ad populum. I was quite disappointed to see him fall into this pattern and stopped reading soon after.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good to have on file 17 Nov. 2013
By Mark Adams - Published on Amazon.com
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Good information to have on your various kindle capable devices. Useful so as not to be caught without an answer in certain situations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 14 April 2015
By David Robbecke - Published on Amazon.com
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If you think Christian legalistic dogma is Santa Claus for adults, this book is for you.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Grateful for this book! 10 April 2012
By chudgirl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I came upon this book while searching for something that made sense to me.This ebook helped me break free of constraints christianity can bring. I was studying the Bible at the time. I grew up with a Christian non-denomination background but I wasn't that into it. What made me study it in the first place was the thought I've never given this a chance why not?" So I started studying. I found the studies interesting/helpful at first, but then I started having questions. I asked the woman I was studying with the questions (along the lines of Mr Wu's "child in africa" question, problem of evil/hell,unconditional love...with conditions, e.t.c) and most of my questions were given the answer "Just trust God" "Some things you won't know until you get there" Me, being a person who liked to learn with an inquisitive nature could not accept those answers. So I went online

The Internet is full of crap.Some articles on both sides of the "What's out there" coin are either biased or ignorant in some degree So I had to sift through alot of it to get to this book. The google search that won it was "Arguments against Fundamentalism" As soon as I learned what a Fundamentalist Christian was (My church was one of the 1000's of churches who "had it right" so they just called each other brother's and sisters, no terminology) that they just accept this helpful yet mysteriously written text as complete fact and straight out of the gods mouth unsettled me. This particular line of thought caused for no Critical thinking or analysis whatsoever. That's it, it's God's word. "Debunking Christianity" was one of books that helped me find the truth. It breaks down some of the Apologist arguments and regular-christian arguments perfectly. It's a great book if you're like me and believed but had a couple doubts, a couple of pieces that don't quite fit in the puzzle. I would definately recommend it to all people that only believe because of fear or the Paschels wager argument. Good stuff
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1.0 out of 5 stars 'Not Read' list 15 Nov. 2013
By christa shore - Published on Amazon.com
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Poorly written. Poorly researched and based on personal opinion, some facts of which were inaccurate. I will never purchase this work again nor will I recommend it to others.
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