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A Shot of Faith (to the Head) by Mitch Stokes
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Dec 30, 13

really liked it
Read in July, 2012

Atheist arguments have gained cultural prominence in recent years. Stokes sets out to examine these arguments and detail why they aren’t as sound as atheists’ seeming confidence would indicate. The book begins with an examination of what makes thoughts rational, quickly transitioning to a refutation of common arguments concerning science and suffering. Though I don’t agree with all of Stokes’ conclusions (or premises, which are based on Alvin Plantinga’s works), he argues cogently and writes winsomely.

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