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9/18/09

“Contending with Christianity's Critics: Answering New Atheists and Other Objectors” by William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, et al.

Of interest to some may also be in the book, Contending with Christianity's Critics: Answering New Atheists and Other Objectors.



The book’s contents are as follows:
PART 1 THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
Dawkins's Delusion—by William Lane Craig

At Home in the Multiverse?—by James Daniel Sinclair

Confronting Naturalism: The Argument from Reason—by Victor Reppert

Belief in God: A Trick of Our Brain?—by Michael J. Murray

The Moral Poverty of Evolutionary Naturalism—by Mark D. Linville

Dawkins's Best Argument Against God's Existence—by Gregory E. Ganssle


PART 2 THE JESUS OF HISTORY
Criteria for the Gospels' Authenticity—by Robert H. Stein

Jesus the Seer—by Ben Witherington III

The Resurrection of Jesus Time Line—by Gary R. Habermas

How Scholars Fabricate Jesus—by Craig A. Evans

How Badly Did the Early Scribes Corrupt the New Testament? An Examination of Bart Ehrman's Claims—by Daniel B. Wallace

Who Did Jesus Think He Was? —by Michael J. Wilkins


PART 3 THE COHERENCE OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE
The Coherence of Theism—by Charles Taliaferro and Elsa J. Marty

Is the Trinity a Logical Blunder? God as Three and One—by Paul Copan

Did God Become a Jew? A Defense of the Incarnation—by Paul Copan

Dostoyevsky, Woody Allen, and the Doctrine of Penal Substitution—by Steve L. Porter

Hell: Getting What's Good My Own Way—by Stewart Goetz

What Does God Know? The Problems of Open Theism—by David P. Hunt


1 comment:

  1. hmm...seems like an interesting book, sort of like the Christian counterpart of Hitchens' "The Portable Atheist." But this post is little more than an advertisment. Next time, try adding your comments about the book. Otherwise, keep up the good work.

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