Contending With Christianity's Critics: Answering New Atheists & Other Objectors

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Contending With Christianity's Critics
What a fantastic idea! Assemble some of the brightest Christian thinkers and scholars and put before them the most difficult questions faced by Christian believers anywhere, and then turn them loose to answer those questions. The result: one of the finest collections of essays answering contemporary challenges to the Christian worldview anywhere in print. This book addresses the latest challenges from skeptics like Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion), Bart Ehrman (Misquoting Jesus), and other contemporary critics of Christianity. Contributing authors include: Gary Habermas, William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, Ben Witherington III, Daniel Wallace, and many others. Chapters include:
  • “Dawkins’ Delusion”
  • “At Home in the Multiverse? Critiquing the Atheist Many-Worlds Scenario”
  • “The Moral Poverty of Evolutionary Naturalism”
  • “Dawkins’ Best Argument Against God’s Existence”
  • “Criteria for the Gospels’ Authenticity”
  • “The Resurrection of Jesus Timeline”
  • “How Scholars Fabricate Jesus”
  • “Misquoting Jesus? Bart Ehrman and the New Testament’s Reliability”
  • “Is the Trinity a Logical Blunder? God as Three and One”
  • “Did God Become a Jew? The Coherence of the Incarnation”
  • “Hell: Getting What’s Good My Own Way”
  • “What Does God Know? The Problems of Open Theism”
Paperback, 293 pages.

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