In a modern culture that is growing increasingly secularized, this book presents a strong case for the existence of God based on a variety of evidence.
Although many books have presented the various types of evidence, no other one is so comprehensive. Most books deal with only one type of evidence — such as, for example, physics or biology. Letters to an Atheist Friend instead includes a variety of areas, ranging from modern science to religious experience to classical philosophy.
That variety makes it an attractive resource for laymen who want to be familiar with the basic arguments without having to invest a large amount of time reading scores of specialized books.
Written in a clear, concise style, Letters to an Atheist Friend is an invaluable tool for Christians who confront the challenges of a skeptical culture or who wish to be prepared to share the many reasons one can have for believing in God.
166 pages ISBN 978-1-885219-51-0
The Origin of the Universe
The Anthropic Principle
The Origin of Life
The Origin of the Mind
No Convincing Scientific Evidence against God
The Ontological Argument
The Cosmological Argument
The First Mover Argument
The Argument from Contingent Beings
The Argument from Gradation of Perfection
The Argument from Intelligence Behind Nature
The Argument from Design
The Teleological Argument
Problems with Philosophical Arguments Against God
The Conversion Experience
The Animosity of Atheists
The Conclusion of the Matter