In Catch the Light, evidence for intelligent design is shared through interesting characters and witty dialogue. In this entertaining fictional story, complete with a delightful whispering narrator, a young atheist becomes engaged in a conversation about the origin of the universe with a variety of people as they come and go in a coffee shop. As many of the common arguments for and against Intelligent Design are discussed, the atheist is both figuratively and literally enlightened as he learns about the vast amount of evidence there is for the existence of a divine creator. With each new bit of information, he catches a glimpse of light.
Written by Dianna Cleveland in collaboration with Dr. Frank Turek, author of I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, this story is published by Roleplay Reader, Inc. in the patented Playbook® format.
©2016 Roleplay Reader, Inc. (P)2016 Roleplay Reader, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Robert Eiler on 22-04-17

Simple, Basic, Inlighting, moments of oh yeah.

listening and thinking apologetics is truly needed in today's world. this is a nice simple , pleasant and non- argument way of dealing with today's culture one-on-one and in the small group for apologetics.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Rafael Vila on 17-09-16

Good Arguments, too cheese.

The story and all element of arguments, apologetics and all it is perfect, but the environment and the way conversation unravel is too cheese, only believers will found it truly convincing.

In the real world would be totally opposite, there would be more Darwinist trying to disprove the point, or adding arguments that tend to distract the questions asked.

I have never encounter a situation publicly that the majority will agreed with intelligent design. It is quite the opposite.

Would be more realistic if there would be more challenges thrown by skeptics, this would make this play more credible and even more interesting.

This is too good to be true situation. Believers should be more aware that this is not a real world expectation. Things are harder out there, and this type of writings would help even more with real life challenges.

Try to do any of this arguments on a TED Talk forum, defending ID and discrediting Darwinism and you will get my point.

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