Registered by Glenton of Lake Forest, California USA on 8/21/2018
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In Evidence Considered: A Response to Evidence for God, Glenton Jelbert seeks to explore and test the arguments advanced by apologists and ultimately show why none of them persuade him. As a former Christian, Jelbert handles the topic with sensitivity. He examines the evidence for God, by responding to a series of 50 essays by Christian apologists. These essays were written by thirty-seven different authors and collected together by William Dembski and Michael Licona in Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy and Science. Jelbert considers each of these arguments and discusses why they are not convincing to him and how, in many cases, a closer examination of them reveals evidence the other way. If you are a rational believer who feels that your arguments are dismissed, ignored or ridiculed, Jelbert’s collection of essays will engage with you respectfully, truthfully, and incisively. The book will also be of interest to Christians who are looking to understand the atheist/agnostic position and refine their arguments and their reasons for belief without being attacked or belittled. Jelbert takes the arguments seriously and engages with them robustly.
Journal Entry 2 by Glenton at Bodhi Leaf in Lake Forest, California USA on Friday, September 14, 2018
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