I thought this would go well with some of the comments I have had on the resurrection.
I recently picked up a copy of a new book, The God Argument: The Case Against Religion and For Humanism by A. C. Grayling. In seeing the book, my first thoughts went to the common and tired refrain from many atheists who try to claim that atheism is merely non-belief, that they never make a case for anything, but always express a lack of belief in something. Such a position only holds up briefly, until one considers that the majority of modern popular atheist writers are doing nothing but building a positive case against religion. Grayling’s book is a case in point, but others are easy to come by.
Grayling’s book is yet another attempt to build a case against Christianity. He also uses the same level of poor argumentation that is common to modern atheist writers. Claiming their arguments are based in reason, we actually find more rhetoric and…
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