A Christian and an Unbeliever Discuss: Life, the Universe and Everything: (Life Styles)

Rob Slane

Day One Publications

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A man with a Bible boards a train and finds himself sitting opposite a man with a copy of The God Delusion. What happens next? An  uncomfortable silence with them avoiding all eye contact? A superficial conversation about the weather and sport? Or an in-depth and sometimes heated discussion covering some of the greatest questions man can ever ask? Thankfully, what takes place in this book fits into the third category. And so, as their train meanders through the English countryside, the two passengers find their conversation winding through some of the major objections to Christianity being touted by militant unbelievers in the twenty-first century. How can there be a God when there is so  much evil in the world? What is truth? Isn’t Christianity just an irrational crutch? Join them on their journey as they openly and frankly discuss some of the more significant aspects of Life, the Universe and Everything.

The chapters in this book are set out as 'Objections' that are commonly used against the Christian faith and number 1-10. They include such headings as 'Okay if God exists, prove it', 'Science has disproved God', 'If God is so good, why does he allow evil', 'Christianity is irrational'. 'Religion is just a crutch for people who can't face reality' and 'Nobody believes the Bible any more' to highlight just a few.

  • Paperback
  • 126 pages
  • © 2016
  • ISBN 9781846254482

 About the Author

Rob Slane is the author of The God Reality: A Critique of Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion, which was published in 2008. A onetime committed and dogmatic atheist, Rob became a committed and dogmatic Christian a few years ago and now firmly believes that Christianity alone provides the answers to Life, the  Universe and Everything. He writes regularly for the US organization Samaritan Ministries International, is a frequent contributor to the Canadian magazine Reformed  perspective and to the  Conservative Woman website, as well as blogging at www.theblogmire.com. He and his wife, Alina, live in Salisbury, where they home educate their six Children.

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