The urban myths of popular modern atheism : how Christian faith can be intelligent
(2019)

Nonfiction

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PUBLISHED
[United States] : John Hunt Publishing, 2019
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1 online resource

ISBN/ISSN
9781789040333 (electronic bk.) MWT14304773, 1789040337 (electronic bk.) 14304773
LANGUAGE
English
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How Atheists rely on urban myths about religion to buttress their case against God. God, and the whole business of being dependent upon him, is being downgraded, downsized, downplayed, and most of all, just plain dismissed in the modern, cultured, educated parts of Europe and in academia. This process is powered and driven by a whole, growing series of interlocked urban myths about what is supposed to be involved in being a religious (and often specifically Christian) believer. This book examines and critiques those myths, showing how the Christian faith can be intelligent and supported by reason

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