Sunday, July 27, 2014

A lamentation

DAVID ROBERTSON'S The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths has been an interesting read for me. I just finished it this morning. The book is a calculated, well thought-out, intelligent, and respectful collection of letters geared towards debunking the "myths" espoused by the renowned atheist Dr. Richard Dawkins. Robertson appeals to logic, not to emotion—but he, too, gets emotional, especially when he takes offense in atheism's misconstrued notion of God (or His existence). Towards the end of the book, Robertson wrote:

The Dawkins Letters by David Robertson

This is true in my experience, as well. The people who say there are "inconsistencies" in Scripture, or that there "is no single correct interpretation" of the Bible are those who haven't fully dug deeply into it.

Robertson wrote:

Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths

I'm not sure if you can find copies of the book locally. Have it mind, at least, and get a copy when it's possible to do so.

Meanwhile, I'm off to church. Have a blessed Sunday, dear friends.



Blogger Unknown said...

Atheists don't take the Bible literally.

When Jesus said that everybody would be salted with fire, we take that as just insane ramblings.

Fri Aug 01, 06:36:00 PM GMT+8  

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