|Grrrrrr. Can’t get a book put up on the site, but I want to share an incredible book with you. I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Norman L. Geisler and Frank Turek.
It is an incredible apologetic tool, answering a variety of question. It is highly readable, you can give it to an atheist to read, and it also is very good at strengthening faith in areas where you may need some shoring up. I have chuckled so much in reading this book that I encourage you to acquire it.
It covers many topics that atheists would debate, from truth, to evolution, to creation, to relativism, etc.
In a chapter regarding Relativism, that there is no absolute truth and no absolute moral values, the authors give a funny example that shows a student that asserted that there were no absolute values, but that they really did not believe that.
From Page 173-174
A professor at a major university in Indiana gave one of his relativistic students the same experience not long ago. The professor, who was teaching a class in ethics, assigned a term paper to his students. He told the students to write on any ethical topic of their choice, requiring each student only to properly back up his or her thesis with reasons and documentation.
The book then goes on and give more detailed arguments and shows clearly the fallacies of some of these doctrines. But the examples that are peppered throughout the book help to make the book readable.
I am typing up notes from Pastor Don’s Bible study from today and before I submit it for you to read I want to listen to my tape to make sure I got all the details accurate.It was a detailed study.
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