50 Great Myths About Atheism by Russell Blackford, Udo Schuklenk

By Russell Blackford, Udo Schuklenk

Tackling a bunch of myths and prejudices regularly leveled at atheism, this beautiful quantity bursts with glowing, eloquent arguments on each web page. The authors rebut claims that variety from atheism being simply one other faith to the alleged atrocities devoted in its name.

-An obtainable but scholarly statement on hot-button matters within the debate over spiritual belief
-Teaches severe considering abilities via specified, rational argument
-Objectively considers each one fantasy on its merits
-Includes a background of atheism and its advocates, an appendix detailing atheist agencies, and an in depth bibliography
-Explains the variations among atheism and comparable strategies resembling agnosticism and naturalism

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What Does All This Mean for Me? 33 All of us have failed to glorify God as we should. All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Romans 3:23 What does it mean to “fall short of the glory of God”? It means that none of us has trusted and treasured God the way we should. We have not been satisfied with his greatness and walked in his ways. We have sought our satisfaction in other things, and treated them as more valuable than God, which is the essence of idolatry (Romans 1:21-23). Since sin came into the world we have all been deeply resistant to having God as our all-satisfying treasure (Ephesians 2:3).

We have not been satisfied with his greatness and walked in his ways. We have sought our satisfaction in other things, and treated them as more valuable than God, which is the essence of idolatry (Romans 1:21-23). Since sin came into the world we have all been deeply resistant to having God as our all-satisfying treasure (Ephesians 2:3). This is an appalling offense to the greatness of God (Jeremiah 2:12-13). For Your Joy 34 All of us are subject to God’s just condemnation. The wages of sin is death...

It means that none of us has trusted and treasured God the way we should. We have not been satisfied with his greatness and walked in his ways. We have sought our satisfaction in other things, and treated them as more valuable than God, which is the essence of idolatry (Romans 1:21-23). Since sin came into the world we have all been deeply resistant to having God as our all-satisfying treasure (Ephesians 2:3). This is an appalling offense to the greatness of God (Jeremiah 2:12-13). For Your Joy 34 All of us are subject to God’s just condemnation.

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