The series examining Norman Geisler and Frank Turek's popular apologetic, I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, continues with a look at Chapter 1: Can We Handle the Truth?
Tags: Apologetics, Atheism, Christianity
I am glad you are making these videos about this book, many theists i've talked to told me to read this book saying that i would then believe in god, or use quotes from this book in their conversations.
I haven't read the book and didn't even had interest in reading it, its good that you are reading and explaining this book and dismantling the fallacies, i plan to one day make an YouTube account to post atheist videos and material with subtitles so that brazillian atheists that don't speak english can have access to them, when you finish this, can i post there?
"Whatever we’ve concluded about the existence of God, it’s always possible that the opposite conclusion is true." - Norman Geisler and Frank Turek, Chapter One, Page 25
Geisler and Turek conclude that God exists but acknowledge that God may not exist, so they are agnostics. Can they handle that?
I really enjoy the point that given the amount of time that theists have had to determine what the elephant is, there hasn't been a consensus only a divestiture of thought. I've tried pointing that out to people. I'm not sure they were able to handle that truth.
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