Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Christian Nonfiction Review: The Atheist's Fatal Flaw
While I found all the extensive Atheist arguments fascinating, I was disappointed by the lack of Geisler and McCoy's rebuttals. After seven chapters quoting Atheist authors, the authors' arguments boiled down to just two supposed contradictions in the Atheist stance. And those points do not satisfactorily address all of the Atheist arguments just brought up.
Let me save you some time. The points are basically these: Why is divine intervention wrong, but societal intervention Okay? And how can we demand that God both fix the problem of evil and give mankind full autonomy?
Also note, this is an intellectual book. It's not for beginners.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Wheeler Reviews at 4:19 PM