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God Is Great, God Is Good: Why Believing in God Is Reasonable &… (edition 2009)

by William Lane Craig

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Title:God Is Great, God Is Good: Why Believing in God Is Reasonable & Responsible
Authors:William Lane Craig
Info:Intervarsity Press (2009), Paperback, 272 pages
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NCLA Review -Written in four divisions: God’s existence, God’s creative design, God’s goodness, and Christianity specifically, Craig and Meister have collected essays from leading thinkers to refute the message of “New Atheism.” The core belief of this movement is “No heaven. No hell. Just science.” With books on the best-seller lists and a large group of disciples, members attempt to not only convert others to their way of thinking, but also assert that religion is evil and dangerous. The book tackles the hard questions and provides a resource under one cover for a person looking for answers in favor of religion. A thumbnail sketch of the authors and an index are included at the end of the book. Rating: 4 —AMB ( )
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The days have passed when the goodness of God--indeed, the reality of God itself--could reasonably be called a consensus opinion. God's reputation has come under considerable review in recent days, with some going so far as to say that it's not we who've made a mess of things. Instead whatever it is we call God is to blame.

But is such an opinion really a fair assessment? In this magisterial collection, the contemporary complaints against belief in God are addressed with intellectual passion and rigor by some of the most astute theological and philosophical minds of the day:



Including an interview by Gary Habermas with noted convert to theism Antony Flew, and a direct critical response to Richard Dawkins's by Alvin Plantinga, offers convincing and compelling reassurance that though the world has changed, God has not.

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The days have passed when the goodness of God - indeed, the reality of God itself - could reasonably be called a consensus opinion. God's reputation has come under considerable review in recent days, with some going so far as to say that it's not we who've made a mess of things. Instead whatever it is we call God is to blame. But is such an opinion really a fair assessment? In this magisterial collection, the contemporary complaints against belief in God are addressed with intellectual passion and rigor by some of the most astute theological and philosophical minds of the day.… (more)

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