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I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist

Author Norman L. Geisler & Frank Turek
Narrator Kate Reading
Runtime 15 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio Hovel
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Release Date August 28, 2006
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I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist argues that Christianity requires the least faith of all worldviews because it is the most reasonable. The authors lay out the evidence for truth, God, and the Bible in logical order and in a readable, non-technical, engaging style.
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I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist argues that Christianity requires the least faith of all worldviews because it is the most reasonable. The authors lay out the evidence for truth, God, and the Bible in logical order and in a readable, non-technical, engaging style. A valuable aid to those interested in examining the reasonableness of the Christian faith, Geisler and Turek provide a firm challenge to the the prior beliefs of doubters and skeptics.

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essential for every Christian
One of the best apologetic books I have listened to/read. The narration is excellent and crystal clear.

It contains information I believe is essential for every Christian to know especially those going to College etc it today's culture and materialistic atmosphere.

Even if every objection isn't answered and it answers a lot, it gives evidence for God and Christianity and will give you ideas of topics to research further if you are interested to do so.

For me this has been incredibly helpful knowledge to keep my faith from being shaken amidst the assaults from the current culture and has helped me give reasonable arguments for my faith that has opened skeptics up to considering Jesus.
Review by / (Posted on 6/17/2015)
A Must Read for Theological Inquirers
This book does such a wonderful and thorough job of addressing the validity of the Christian Bible and the basic Christian interpretations of that Bible, that I hope many more will read it. I am disappointed to only find three reviews so far. I suggest another much shorter book that also addresses the same points logically and would be adequate for most readers: "How A Rocket Scientist Can Believe In God". That is also very convincing to a logical reader and it is the only other published work I know of that "nails" this subject. However, this much longer book ought to be in the library of every Christian as it is akin to the Encyclopedia of supporting evidence for their Beliefs.
Review by / (Posted on 3/22/2015)
Very Positive and thorough with only minor objections
This is only the second time I've seen a published work that makes a logical and complete case for the basic beliefs of Christianity. The other book was, "How A Rocket Scientist Can Believe In God", which nailed the subject as well. This work however, goes into a plethora of detail supporting the same logical observations, deductions, conclusions, etc. As such it is almost 10 times longer, but that is good if some folks need far more supporting evidence. As a purely Theological Argument independent of any particular Religious Group, this work is very convincing. A must Read, although the other shorter book covers everything in a fraction of the time and may be adequate for most questioning readers. Curiously, the Concept of the Trinity, which differentiates all the Monotheistic religions of today, is not properly nor convincingly addressed in this very impressive work. Yet conversely, that critical subject of the Triune God Concept is amazingly clarified in the smaller book, so that anyone can easily understand it. Apart from that deficiency, all other issues I have with this book are minor and they do not affect the validity of any of the critical arguments. The Bottom Line is that this book will convince the open-minded, logical reader of the Validity of the Christian Bible and of most basic Christian theological interpretations of that Bible. It answers the fundamental Questions of Life that we all have, such as: Where did we come from; Why are we here; Where are we going?
As a scientist myself for many decades, I am familiar with all the questions and answers addressed in this book and I really appreciate the thoroughness of each explanation supporting the author's position. It's encouraging that one must conclude from this that it is more logical and reasonable to believe in the Personal Creator God of the Christian Bible than in any alternative explanations, which are shown to require far more "Faith".
Review by / (Posted on 3/22/2015)
Loved It!
Fun book! Excellent resource for Christians defending the faith. I pan to keep it handy for discussions with my coworkers and kids.
Review by / (Posted on 1/28/2011)
One stone at a time, the...
One stone at a time, the authors make their case that it takes more faith to be an atheist, than to be a Christian. In my opinion, the case is devastating. On top of the convincing arguments and evidences, the book is well written and interesting throughout. The narrator does a good job. I have listened to this book about three times, and finally also bought the print version. I recommend it highly.
Review by / (Posted on 8/11/2008)
Kate Reading's delivery is well suited...
Kate Reading's delivery is well suited to Geisler and Turek's text. They shift from explanation to argument to compassionate overture to storytelling; so does she. Reading's pace, tone, and cadence vary smoothly, and, quite essential for a book addressing a subject this complex, she adds pauses at key points to allow listeners to digest the concepts. The result will be extremely attractive to certain Christian listeners. However, listeners who do not share the authors' philosophical premises may find their reasoning and evidence hard to follow. As a result, the book may not succeed at one of its stated purposes--answering arguments against belief in God. Others, though, may find the discussion provides insight into contemporary American religious culture. G.T.B. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine
Review by / (Posted on 10/12/2007)