Category Archives: Dennett

Emperors of New Atheism have no clothes

Just got a copy of “Atheism’s New Clothes: Exploring and exposing the claims of the New Atheists,” by David Glass, IVP/Apollos (18 May, 2012). In Atheism’s New Clothes, David Glass explores the primary works of so-called “New Atheism” including Daniel Dennett’s Breaking the … Continue reading

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Who Created God?

On the surface, “Who designed God?” sounds like a good question. Upon further investigation, however, it is a question with significant logical deficiencies. Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Atheism, Atheists, Christian worldview, Creation, Dennett, Hitchens, Intelligent Design, Philosophy, Questioning God, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Science | Tagged | 7 Comments

Where are the profound atheists?

On my flight to Orlando, Florida this morning, I enjoyed a collection of essays (In the Aftermath: Provocations and Laments) by David Bentley Hart. Few authors challenge me as much as Hart. Early in the book, Hart laments a lack of … Continue reading

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Atheist Delusions

Anyone who follows and trusts the popular level atheism of writers like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens or Daniel Dennett should read:  “Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies“ by David Bentley Hart Hart must be the most feared … Continue reading

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