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Why God Won't Go Away Is the New Atheism Running on Empty?
By Alister Mcgrath
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 3/3 Melissa R wrote: Why God Won't Go Away took me a long time to read. While the content is very interesting, I set it aside because it's so deep that each section took me a little while to absorb. (That plus the fact that my house is often noisy and I couldn't read this with all the background noise.) This is definitely ... Well Worth the Time
On 11/6 Stuart Brogden wrote: Where McGrath departs from his call as a gospel minister is in the last chapter. He heralds Mother Teresa and declares his desire to emulate her. This woman is held up by many as a model Christian, but she made it clear many times that she did not even try to convert anyone to Christ; she thought God ... Missing the most important chapter
On 8/10 tfreeman.org wrote: A better title might be, “New Atheism Won’t Run God Off!”. I wasn’t familiar with McGrath before reading this book but I have since seen his name around several theological volumes. Because of the title, I really looked forward to the opportunity Thomas Nelson gave me to review this book. It ... New Atheism Won’t Run God Off!
On 9/6 Anela Mahoe wrote: Why God Won’t Go Away by Alister McGrath (Is the New Atheism Running On Empty?) is a great book to start for beginning apologetics and agnostics. It is an easy read and it brings good insight for you to start your own formulations of why God exists and the validity of the bible. I would recommend this ... Good starting point for defending faith
On 8/31 Mary Vidinich wrote: I have to admit, I had never heard of the New Atheism until I read this book and, while I am not a scholar and this movement may have been relevant at some point, it does not seem to have been relevant enough to make it into the mainstream or be a vocal part of it now. I enjoyed the book in that I learned ... Interesting
On 2/12 Matthew Hamilton wrote: Allister McGrath attempts to tackle what has been one of the most prominent trends of the first decade of the 21st century: Neo-atheism. The entire first section of the book is dedicated to explaining what neo-atheism is, and a number of neo-atheist authors are discussed, including Sam Harris, Daniel ... Review of “Why God Won’t Go Away”
On 1/18 FoundationalmemberofHMC wrote: Alister McGrath's latest book Why God Won't Go Away provides a brief but comprehensive look at the movement known as New Atheism and its leading figures: Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Dennett, and Sam Harris. According to McGrath, not only does New Atheism assert that there is no God, ... Why God Wont Go Away
On 1/7 Counting My Blessings wrote: It's been a while since I've done a review. I've been reading so much for school I haven't really had a chance to read for recreation or to write reviews.This book was quite an interesting read, but a little disheartening to me at the same time. To read about people who claim that everything can be rationally ... Review - Why God Won't Go Away by Allister McGrath
On 1/4 John Elliott wrote: The premise of the book is to unmask the “new atheism” movement and the reasons for its deep seated hostility toward people of faith. The author frames his explanation of the movement by first presenting the history of the movement and highlighting its major contributors. The major contributors ... Job Half Done
On 12/29 Jamie @ Living For His Glory wrote: Alister McGrath’s latest book Why God Won't Go Away provides a brief but comprehensive look at the movement known as New Atheism and its leading figures: Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Dennett, and Sam Harris. According to McGrath, not only does New Atheism assert that there is no ... Book Review: Why God Won't Go Away