Answering Atheist Slogans_2.0
I completed the second edition of my eBook on Answering Atheist Slogans. Here’s what’s new:
- A new chapter on the slogan, “If you were born in Saudi Arabia, You’d be a Muslim.”
- A new appendix on “The Bible Supports Slavery.”
- Other updates to prior chapters, the introduction, and conclusion.
Here’s the updated table of contents.
Chapter 1 – There is No Evidence for God’s Existence
Chapter 2 – I Believe in One Less (or Fewer) God Than You Do
Chapter 3 – I Don’t Believe in God; I Believe in Science
Chapter 4 – Where is God? Have You Ever Seen Him? No!
Chapter 5 – Aquinas Has Been Thoroughly Refuted
Chapter 6 – Religious Belief is Irrational, Childish, Wishful Thinking, a Crutch, and/or the Opiate of the Masses
Chapter 7 – Anyone Who Walks into a Children’s Hospital Knows that God Doesn’t Exist
Chapter 8 – Absence of Evidence is Evidence of Absence (the Teapot)
Chapter 9 – Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence
Chapter 10 – Do You Take the Bible Literally? Hahahaha!
Chapter 11 – If You Were Born in Saudi Arabia, You’d be a Muslim
Appendix A: The Kalam Argument “Debunked”
Appendix B: The Fine-tuning argument
Appendix C: The Bible Supports Slavery
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