There are a lot of books I can throw into the ‘read for the wrong reason’ category. This is one
It isn’t enough to have just a valid point. You also need to have a sound argument.
I don’t normally go too much into myself in these reviews, but I think in this case it may be
I’ve noticed a problem; anyone can join a movement. People nowadays seem to be big on labels, and the problem
This book is part memoir, part counter apologetics, and a pretty good tool to understand why atheists don’t believe.
As you read this book you can hear the sound of someone folding tin foil into a hat.