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The Godless Delusion: A Catholic Challenge to Modern Atheism, by Patrick Madrid and Kenneth Hensley
The Godless Delusion: A Catholic Challenge to Modern Atheism, by Patrick Madrid and Kenneth Hensley


 
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In this hard-hitting book, apologetics experts Patrick Madrid and Kenneth Hensley help Christians to wake up to the crisis of godlessness, alerting them to the imperative need to take seriously atheism's challenge, while learning how to effectively engage in today's atheistic debate.

Reviews for this book:

"...With remorseless logic, wit, skill, and boundless, joyful enthusiasm, The Godless Delusion lays waste that stronghold, routs the enemy, occupies the high ground for Christ their king, and dares anyone to retake it." -Ronald K. Tacelli, S.J., professor of philosophy, Boston College, co-author of Handbook of Christian Apologetics

"Patrick Madrid and Kenneth Hensley look at the contradictions of the atheists with themselves, showing that above all, their arguments against God are at embarrassing odds with their own everyday experience and actions, their own deepest assumptions, and their own moral compass." -Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D., author of Ten Books that Screwed Up the World and Answering the New Atheism.

"The Godless Delusion takes on the new atheism of our times and pulls the rug right out from underneath it. I wholeheartedly recommend this work of apologetics for anyone who is serious about defending our faith in the existence of God." -Bishop Michael Sheridan of Colorado Springs

"The Godless Delusion is a clear and compelling critique of naturalism and the new atheism that rests upon it. Madrid and Hensley show that the secularist's pose of moral and rational superiority is undermined by his own fundamental philosophical assumptions." -Edward Feser, Ph.D., author of The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism

Book is softcover. 256 pp.


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