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The God Reality: A Critique of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion
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The God Reality: A Critique of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion

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Day One 2008

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Overview

In recent decades, the Christian consensus that laid the foundations for the freedoms, stability, and prosperity enjoyed by Western countries has been challenged by an increasingly militant atheistic humanism. As a consequence, Christianity has become scorned and held up as a thing to be ridiculed. The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins represents perhaps the most brazen attack on Christianity yet. In it, Professor Dawkins portrays Christianity as unscientific, irrational, and even downright evil. The God Reality takes his main arguments and shows the many flaws and falsehoods they contain. It aims to embolden Christians to stand up for their beliefs in the face of an increasingly skeptical and hostile world and to cause atheists to question whether the assumptions that underpin their faith are really as logical and as sound as they think they are.

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Key Features

  • Examines the truth behind “indoctrination”
  • Reveals the truth behind The God Delusion’s flaws

Contents

  • The Infinite Probability of God
  • “The Force” of Natural Selection
  • The Psychological Propensity of Unbelief
  • The Roots of Morality
  • Biblical and Non-Biblical Morality
  • The Evils of an Irrational Faith
  • Religious Child Abuse

Praise for the Print Edition

In this little book, Rob Slane provides a succinct, helpful survey of the many imprecisions and contradictions that proliferate in the muddled mind of an atheist. By a strange twist of irony, Rob has turned Dawkins’ God Delusion into a wonderful apologetic for the Christian faith!

—Kevin Swanson, pastor, Reformation Church OPC, Colorado

Dawkins’ book is one of several increasingly hostile attacks on the Christian faith. Dawkins himself is probably the best known atheist in Britain today. A gifted writer and communicator he is able to present his case in a way which is convincing to the ignorant. However Rob Slane takes several of his leading arguments, calmly examines them, shows the illogicality of them and provides a biblical answer. The material in the book originally appeared in The Messenger, the magazine of Emmanuel Church, Salisbury and so is designed for the average reader. The author himself was an atheist before his conversion and so writes with understanding and passion. We strongly recommend this book for anyone concerned with these issues.

The Free Church Witness

We warmly commend this book and urge our readers to obtain copies to give away to any who are influenced by Dawkins' views.

The Bible League Quarterly

Product Details

  • Title: The God Reality: A Critique of Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion
  • Author: Rob Slane
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 80

About Rob Slane

Rob Slane was born in Cambridge in 1975. He was brought up in an atheistic home and remained a convinced and fairly militant atheist until about the age of 27. Two years after his conversion, he was given the opportunity to edit and write articles for The Messenger—the magazine for Emmanuel Church, Salisbury, England. It was through a series of pieces critiquing Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion that the idea for The God Reality was born. He and his wife, Alina, live in Salisbury with their three young children, George, Marta, and Joseph.

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