Counter-apologetics influenced by David Hume.
Learn why theologians were once referred to as "insuppressible fallacy-mongers." This book debunks many apologist arguments, including:
The Kalam Cosmological Argument
The Fine-Tuning Argument
The Entropy Argument
The Ontological Argument
The Moral Argument
The Argument from Reason
The Argument from Success
The Argument from Prophecy
The Argument from Alleged Miracles
The Argument from Martyrdom
The Argument from Scripture
The Argument from the State of Israel
The Argument from Unity of the Scriptures
The Argument from Anomalous Knowledge
The Argument from Universality
The Argument from the Shroud of Turin
The Argument from the Big Bang
From the back cover of the paperback version:
"I see no point in calling any part of our experience supernatural. … [S]upernaturalism is superstition." - Reverend Harold Scott, "The Survival of Supernaturalism," 1963
"Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them. And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead" (Luke 16:29 - 31). Abraham was right. As I explain in the book, "Events themselves don't prove or disprove naturalism; naturalism is chosen prior to reckoning." This book, as I write in the Introduction, "is written with the purpose of helping others make the decision between theism and naturalism. … [T]here are reasons for believing and there are reasons to believe. Christian apologists offer both types of reasons. They defend their faith with arguments. These arguments are what inspired the present work."
Thought provoking, impeccably referenced and brilliantly written.