End of Reason (Ravi Zacharias), “Five Arguments for God” (William Lane Craig): Apologetics Resources

10 February 2010

Christopher J Wiles

pastor | writer | speaker

Having been snowed in by the latest incarnation of Snowpocalypse 2010, I’ve had some time to kill – which is unusual for me.

During this time I’ve run across two resources that I would like very much to put in your hands.

The first is a small, but significant book by Ravi Zacharias entitled The End of Reason. This book is essentially a response to Sam Harris’ controversial book Letter to a Christian Nation, though the themes discussed are relevant to any of the “new atheists” (Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett) who have so brazenly scorched the literary landscape with their hard-hitting though poorly-reasoned books. The book is short – less than 150 pages, and includes an analysis of the weakness of the atheistic worldview as well as a brief defense for the existence of God. I was fortunate to find it at the public library. It’s worth a read, especially for those who frequently encounter this type of conflict.

The second resource is worth its weight in gold. The brilliant philosopher William Lane Craig has recently published an article through the Gospel Coalition, entitled “Five Arguments for God.” Craig’s razor-sharp mind is unparalleled, and this is a great resource to download and use for your own personal study, and it might be a helpful thing to distribute to your small groups.

Click here to download Craig’s “Five Arguments for God.”

10 February 2010

Christopher J Wiles

pastor | writer | speaker

Chris is a writer and speaker. He currently serves as teaching pastor at Tri-State Fellowship and as a research writer for Docent Research Group.

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