End of Reason: A Response to the New Atheists
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Is your God real, or just an "imaginary friend"?
How can a loving God exist when there is so much suffering?
Have Christians waged a senseless war on other faiths, on the enviroment, and on each other in the name of a nonexistent God?
There's a new atheism taking root in America, a movement more powerful and subversive than the atheism of Madalyn Murray O'Hare in the 190s and 60s. Led by writers such as Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Sam Harris, this newest challenge to Christianity-or to any belief in God-has a smooth and easy appeal to a new generation of Americans.
When Harris's Letter to a Christian Nation was published, Dr. Ravi Zacharias knew that he must respond. For over thirty years, Dr. Zacharias has been an acclaimed apologist for Christian thought and belief. In this response, he gives a strong and rational answer to Harris's claims. Dr. Zacharias's words are not only for those who have read the writings of the new atheists, but also for Christians who have felt their beliefs come under fire in the marketplace of ideas.
When you pray, are you talking to a God who exists? Or is God nothing more than your "imaginary friend," like a playmate contrived by a lonely and imaginitive child?
When author Sam Harris attacked Christianity in Letter to a Christian Nation, reviewers called the book "marvelous" and a generation of readers-hundreds of thousands of them-were drawn to his message. In the End of Reason, Zacharias underscores the dependability of the Bible along with his belief in the power and goodness of God. He confidently refutes Harris's claims that God is nothing more than a figment of one's imagination and that Christians regularily practice intolerance and hatred around the globe.