Announcing True Reason: Christian Responses to the Challenge of Atheism
by Tom Gilson
Announcing a new release today! True Reason: Christian Responses to the Challenge of Atheism, featuring William Lane Craig, Sean McDowell, and eleven other authors, edited by Carson Weitnauer and me.
New Atheists claim to be the defenders of reason.
In their books, their websites, and their debates—and often on this blog—they’ve shown that they aren’t very good at it.
There’s a better place to discover True Reason.
Today I’m happy to the publication of True Reason: Christian Responses to the Challenge of Atheism. Thirteen authors have teamed up to discuss what the New Atheists mean by reason, where they succeed at it, and how much more reasonable Christianity is at its best than the New Atheism is at its best.
Early reviews have been most encouraging. Speaker/author John Stonestreet says, “Reasonable people will take this content seriously,” and Tim McGrew, philosophy professor at Western Michigan University adds, “Anyone who engages with these arguments thoughtfully will discover that it is surprisingly difficult to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist.”
The story of this book begins very early on Christmas Eve, 2011. I was lying awake in bed, for some reason thinking about the atheists’ upcoming Reason Rally, wondering how it was that they think they could claim the brand of reason for themselves…
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