Killing God: Answering the Seven Most Common Objections from the New Atheists

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9781539054719: Killing God: Answering the Seven Most Common Objections from the New Atheists

Atheism is on the rise and getting to be popular among younger people and professionals. If you are looking for the best ways to address and understand atheism, with academic rigor that even a high school student will understand and appreciate, this book is for you! This book will help you to: Know the major arguments used by the new atheists—and not necessarily what to say in response, but better, how to respond logically and respectfully. Understand the psychological objections people have to God in general. Articulate the difference between good and bad arguments regarding atheism.

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Khaldoun Sweis, PhD is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Olive-Harvey College in Chicago and as a tutor in philosophy with Oxford University in England. He was born in Amman, Jordan. Khaldoun holds an MA degree from Trinity International University, in Christian Thought with an emphasis in Philosophy of Religion and a PhD in Philosophy of Mind from the University of Hull, UK. His experience entails teaching philosophy for over a decade as well as speaking at conferences both nationally and abroad such as Hong Kong,  Australia and England. He established the Socratic Project which addresses the most important issues of our Time. He is has two other books: Debating Christian Theism, co-edited with Chad Meister and JP Moreland (Oxford University Press, , 2013). And Christian Apologetics: An Anthology of Primary Sources co-edited with Chad Meister (Zondervan, 2011) He is a member of the American Philosophical Association and the Evangelical Philosophical Society. His greatest achievement is getting Luciana to marry him and being the father of his two precious children, AnaKaterina and Daniel Zacharias.

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