Sunday, March 24, 2013
Brooks has several good ideas, particularly relating to atheism's reliance on faith and the system's philosophical faults. But the majority of the actual evidence he presents I have read before. It's good to have it presented in a new way, though, to solidify the information in my mind.
Brooks spends a good portion of the book reaffirming the Gospel message, which can be good for some readers, but annoying for others. He uses a lot of outside sources, which is great, but he also uses a lot of outside stories without going into enough detail about what specifically led the atheists in his stories to believe. He also repeats himself several times, and his sentence structure and organization can be difficult to follow.
The book is hard to get in to at first. With some patience and understanding, and the proper background, the book is beneficial. But agnostics and others looking for evidence for the first time would be better served with other materials out there.
* Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review of it.
Posted by Wheeler Reviews at 6:59 PM