Below is a link to an article written by William Lane Craig which appeared in the July issue of Christianity Today.

Here is the first paragraph;

“You might think from the recent spate of atheist best-sellers that belief in God has become intellectually indefensible for thinking people today. But a look at these books by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens, among others, quickly reveals that the so-called New Atheism lacks intellectual muscle. It is blissfully ignorant of the revolution that has taken place in Anglo-American philosophy. It reflects the scientism of a bygone generation rather than the contemporary intellectual scene.”

This article is a brief overview of the philosophical foundations for Christianity, namely, arguments for God’s existence.

Click Here for the article.

2 thoughts on ““God Is Not Dead Yet”

  1. Let me invite you to see my response to “God Is Not Dead Yet” that has just been published at the web-mag Religion Dispatches. I’m eager for readers and feedback, so I’d love to hear if you have any reactions.

    At Religion Dispatches.
    A mention of it on my blog, The Row Boat.

    If you do respond on your blog, let me know, and I’d be happy to link to it from mine.

  2. Nathan,

    I would love to read the article and dialog over it. Give me a few days though, I have a busy weekend coming up!

    Thanks for posting your blog address.

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