I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist
- Narrated by: Kate Reading
- Length: 14 hrs and 47 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-01-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: christianaudio.com
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By Carôle on 20-04-15
I've listened to this 5 times on an almost repeated loop! It is complex, in a totally credible way. Easy to follow and understand.
I like the premise: if the book and how they conclude each section that they evaluate with: "We don't have enough faith to believe in…" and in many instances it's true.
I read all of the reviews on this book, including the ones on Amazon. I've never encountered a book that is so polarised in its reviews!
My opinion? You're obviously intrigued and interested in the topic otherwise you wouldn't be browsing through the reviews. I think that it is worth hearing what they have to say. I love reading work done by converted Agnostics or Atheists because I believe that they, more than anyone else, go to a lot of time, effort and trouble to disprove Theism, that they uncover some amazing facts!
Judge for yourself. Don't let our reviews turn you away. What do we know? What do they (authors) know? What do you know?
3 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By nasamike on 01-04-15
Facts on Faith
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes the book provides a plethora of supporting information on each contention or observation. Most people don't need all that data, but it is wonderful to have it all handy in one book when you do.
What other book might you compare I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist to and why?
The book, "How A Rocket Scientist Can Believe In God" actually covers all the same information in 10% of the space. It provides the logical arguments primarily, without as much of the other supporting evidence
What does Kate Reading bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her narration was excellent and easy to listen too. She provided the proper accent and emphasis to get the message across.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I just enjoyed all the detail the authors provided to support their claims
Any additional comments?
Two areas were deficient but they were not part of the primary thesis:
The comment that the Apostles changed the 7th day Sabbath to Sunday, was without any proof. However, clearly there is no proof of this, so the comment should have been left out. Also the discussion of the "Trinity" was no better than most other explanations in that it was clearly not at all convincing. Instead, I was impressed by the simple and in fact, bulletproof explanation of the Trinity elaborated on in the other book I mentioned above, "How A Rocket Scientist Can Believe In God". That is the only place I've seen a worthy explanation in print.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Bryan Crawford on 16-11-15
Good Read Even for The Calvinists....
This was an excellent book. I've been cautioned to stay away from Norman Geisler by my Reformed friends. I finally got around to reading this book and its excellent. I am slightly annoyed that Geisler acts as though all of his arguments hinge on "Free Will". He goes out of God way to argue against Calvinistic doctrine which hurts his cause in this book.
I'm a fan of this book overall. Thank You for writing a beneficial book that will equip the saints for years to come!
9 of 12 people found this review helpful