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other works of atheist Richard Dawkins
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List of Articles

Dawkins - Fool or Coward?
by Dr. Tim Stanley
Writing in the Daily Telegraph blog, Dr. Tim Stanley examines Richard Dawkins's refusal to debate the world's leading Christian debater, Dr.William La Read

Dawkins's Use of Discredited Research
by The Daily Telegraph
Five pages of The God Delusion (p. 222-226) is devoted to the promotion of 'research' by discredited scientist Marc Hauser Read

Why I Believe Again
by A.N. Wilson
Writing in the New Statesman, former atheist A.N. Wilson explains why he again believes in God Read

The Delusions of Richard Dawkins
by Professor Peter Harrison (Oxford)
A critique of The God Delusion by Oxford Professor Peter Harrison Read

The Theory of Evolution
by Conservapedia
A major article critiquing the theory of evolution with material on Dawkins Read

Darwin's Rottweiler and the Public Understanding of Scientism
by Peter S. Williams
This devastating article exposes 11 logical fallacies committed by Richard Dawkins in his books. Read

God vs. Science
by Francis Collins & Richard Dawkins
Read the exchange of views between Francis Collins and Richard Dawkins in Time Magazine. Read

The God Delusion
by Marilynne Robinson
Hysterical Scientism: The Ecstasy of Richard Dawkins (from Harper's Magazine) Read

The Dawkins Delusion
by Prof. Alister McGrath
This article is a brief overview of the content of McGrath's book by the same name. Read

BeThinking Articles on Dawkins
by Various
A dozen or more articles on Dawkins, science, faith and The God Delusion. Read

Lunging, Flailing, Mispunching
by Terry Eagleton
An article by Terry Eagleton criticising Dawkins's ability and skill in attempting to destroy Christian theology Read

Atheist with a Mission
by Philip Bell
Zoologist Philip Bell examines The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, answering his arguments on design, morality, child abuse and more. Read

More articles on Dawkins and atheism



List of Audio Lectures

Dawkins' God
by Prof. Alister McGrath. Listen

The Scientific Bankruptcy of Darwinian Evolution
by Michael J. Penfold. Listen

Is God a Delusion? Atheism and the Meaning of Life
by Alister McGrath. Listen

Radio Interview on The God Delusion
by Peter S. Williams. Listen

John Lennox Audio Lectures
by Prof. John Lennox. Listen

Divinity and Dawkins
by David Robertson. Listen

David Quinn debates Richard Dawkins
by The Ryan Tubridy Show. Listen

The Dawkins Letters (YouTube)
by David Robertson. Listen

The Dawkins Letters (YouTube)
by David Robertson. Listen

RIchard Dawkins Stumped
by YouTube. Listen

Does Richard Dawkins Exist (YouTube)
by YouTube. Listen

Dawkins Lennox Online Video Debate
by Fixed Point Foundation. Listen

More audios on Dawkins and atheism

Books on Dawkins and Atheism

   

The Greatest Hoax on Earth
Written by: Jonathan Sarfati

Answers Dawkins's book The Greatest Show on Earth, in which the evidence for evolution is touted as an unanswerable challenge to those who believe in divine creation. In the past, Dawkins says, he has assumed evolution; this time he lays out in one major book the evidence for evolution. Jonathan Sarfati Ph.D. FM., goes head to head with Dawkins in this full-on rebuttal, The Greatest Hoax on Earth. Sarfati is no lightweight opponent; his Refuting Evolution at over 500,000 in print is the biggest-selling creationist book ever. In his crisp, highly readable trademark style, Sarfati relentlessly erodes each of Dawkins's claims and in the process, exposes the logical fallacies and even some of the dubious tactics employed. An excellent rebuttal to the best evolution has to offer.

"The reader should walk away with the understanding that evolutionary theory is a house of cards and its chief spokesmen are promoting poor, illogical, and false arguments against the only viable alternative: biblical creation." - Robert Carter, Ph.D. in Marine Biology and Genetics (University of Miami)

"Any rational debate requires the honest presentation of both sides. But there exists a powerful, self-styled 'intellectual elite' [that] would have a debate wherein only one side was heard while the other side was either ignored or grossly misrepresented. ... In my opinion Sarfati's book beats Dawkins' book, point by point, on all issues." - John Sanford Ph.D., Courtesy Associate Professor, Dept. of Horticultural Sciences, Cornell University. (Sanford is a pioneer of genetic engineering and inventor of the gene gun)

350 pages, paperback

The Greatest Hoax on Earth

Dealing With Dawkins
Written by: John Blanchard

John Blanchard engages with the the atheism promoted by Richard Dawkins in his book The God Delusion. He concisely and clearly outlines Dawkins's views and arguments, while deftly demonstrates their shallowness and illogicality. Blanchard tackles such subjects as the importance but limitations of science, the origin and significance of morality and Dawkins's abysmal ignorance of theology and the Bible. He reveals the nature of true faith before ending with a clear presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

"Perfect for our sceptical times, this book will demonstrate to any open-minded reader that, contrary to Dawkins' atheistic claims, biblical Christianity is reliable and relevant, powerful and persuasive" - Prof. Edgar Andrews, BSc, PhD, Dsc, FlnstP, FIMMM, CEng, CPhys. Emeritus Professor of Materials at the University of London

95 pages, paperback

Dealing With Dawkins

The Darwin Myth
Written by: Benjamin Wiker

In "The Darwin Myth", author Benjamin Wiker offers a critical analysis of Darwin's theories as well as the social, scientific, and religious implications of his work, leading us to the inevitable truth about Darwin's powerful - yet ultimately poisonous - legacy. Scientists often challenge conventional wisdom and spark debates that last for generations, none more so than Charles Darwin. To some he is the revolutionary 'father' of evolution. To others he is the perverse 'originator' of modern eugenics. In "The Darwin Myth", Wiker reveals how Darwin's theories were originally met by scepticism and criticism - much of which he couldn't refute and are still valid today; why Darwin didn't 'discover' evolution; and how science itself suggests God created the universe. Laying out the evidence and sound scientific arguments, Wiker illuminates the inevitable truth about Darwin's powerful - yet ultimately poisonous - legacy.

256 pages, hardback

The Darwin Myth

Who Made God?
Written by: Prof. Edgar Andrews

"The search for a theory of everything". A thought-provoking, witty, extremely readable, and ultimately devastating critique of evolutionary atheism. Prof. Andrews demonstrates that a right understanding of the scientific enterprise poses no threat to biblical Christianity - indeed, that the kind of world we live in is precisely what the biblical account of God and creation would lead us to expect. Andrews debated creation and evolution with Richard Dawkins at the Oxford Union 'Huxley Memorial Debate' in 1986. Professor Edgar H. Andrews (BSc, PhD, DSc, FInstP, FIMMM, CEng, CPhys.) is Emeritus Professor of Materials at the University of London and an international expert on the science of large molecules. In 1967 he set up the Department of Materials at Queen Mary College, University of London, and served both as its Head and later as Dean of Engineering. He has published well over 100 scientific research papers and books.

304 pages, paperback

Who Made God?

I Wish I Could Believe in Meaning
Written by: Peter S. Williams

Scientists and philosophers from Richard Dawkins to Jean Paul-Sartre have loudly argued that life has no objective meaning. This idea has permeated much of Western society in the 21st century. I Wish I Could Believe In Meaning is a life-affirming argument for objective meaning and purpose from British philosopher Peter S. Williams.

Williams invites his readers to seriously consider some of life’s big questions – about truth, knowledge, goodness and beauty. Drawing on philosophy and the latest scientific research, and illustrating his argument with examples from contemporary culture (from J.K. Rowling to Steven Spielberg), Williams builds a convincing case for belief in objective meaning and purpose.

Paperback, 499 pages

I Wish I Could Believe in Meaning

Dawkins' God
Written by: Alister McGrath

This fascinating and thought provoking work by McGrath was the first book-length response to the ideas Dawkins has promoted in films, articles and books such as The Blind Watchmaker and The Selfish Gene. McGrath addresses fundamental questions about Dawkins’ approach to science and religion: Is the gene actually selfish? Is the blind watchmaker a suitable analogy? Are there other ways of looking at things?

McGrath tackles Dawkins’ hostile and controversial views on religion, and examines the religious implications of his scientific ideas. Written in an engaging and accessible style, this book is ideal for anyone approaching scientific and religious issues for the first time. The highlight of the book is McGrath's chapter uncovering the hollow nature of Dawkins' unscientific 'meme' theory.

"In this remarkable book, Alister McGrath challenges Dawkins on the very ground he holds most sacred - rational argument - and McGrath disarms the master. It becomes readily apparent that Dawkins has aimed his attack at a naive version of faith that most serious believers would not recognize. After reading this carefully constructed and eloquently written book, Dawkins' choice of atheism emerges as the most irrational of the available choices about God's existence." Francis Collins, Director of the Human Genome Project

In this tour-de-force Alister McGrath approaches the edifice of self-confident, breezy atheism so effectively promoted by Richard Dawkins, and by deft dissection and argument reveals the shallowness, special-pleading and inconsistencies of his world-picture. Here is a book which helps to rejoin the magnificence of science to the magnificence of God’s good Creation.” Simon Conway Morris, Professor of Evolutionary Palaeobiology, Cambridge University

This is a wonderful book. One of the world’s leading Christian contributors to the science/religion dialogue takes on Richard Dawkins, Darwinism’s arch-atheist, and wrestles him to the ground! This is scholarship as it should be – informed, feisty, and terrific fun. I cannot wait to see Dawkins’s review of Alister McGrath’s critique.” Michael Ruse, Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University

A timely and accessible contribution to the debate over Richard Dawkins’s cosmology which exposes philosophical naivety, the abuse of metaphor, and sheer bluster, left, right and centre. Here Alister McGrath announces what every Darwinian Fundamentalist needs to hear: that science is and always has been a cultural practice that is provisional, fallible, and socially shaped – an enterprise to be cultivated and fostered, but hardly worshipped or idolised. A devastating critique.” David N. Livingstone, Professor of Geography and Intellectual History, Queen’s University, Belfast

Paperback, 208 pages. 15 illustrations.

Dawkins' God

The Case for a Creator
Written by: Lee Strobel

Ex-Chicago Tribune journalist and former atheist Lee Strobel conducts eight absolutely fascinating interviews with scientists on topics such as the existence of God, the origin of life and consciousness, DNA and molecular machines. The result is a book that packs a powerful punch in making the case for a creator and designer for the universe and all life. The chapter on DNA and genetics is particularly convincing. A unique and un-put-downable book.

Paperback, 341 pages

The Case for a Creator

Darwin's Black Box
Written by: Dr. Michael Behe

Darwin's theory of evolution is the reigning idea in the scientific community. But is it true? What would happen if we found something that radically challenged the now-accepted wisdom? In Darwin's Black Box, Michael Behe argues that evidence of evolution's limits has been right under our noses all along - but it is so small that we have only recently been able to see it. Biochemists have unexpectedly discovered a world of Lilliputian complexity in the cell. As Behe engagingly demonstrates, using the examples of vision, bloodclotting, cellular transport, and more, the biochemical world comprises an arsenal of chemical machines, made up of finely calibrated, interdependent parts that are irreducibly complex and which could not have evolved over millions of years by successive slight modifications.

This best-selling title has sold over 250,000 copies. It has been internationally reviewed in over one hundred publications and was recently named by National Review and World magazine as one of the 100 most important books of the 20th century. Its author, Michael Behe, came out with his second book The Edge of Evolution in 2007.

"Mike Behe...makes an overwhelming case against Darwin on the biochemical level. No one has done this before. It is an argument of great originality, elegance, and intellectual power. For readers who have been persuaded that biologists have long since demonstrated the validity of Darwinian theory, [Behe's] observations are apt to be a source of astonishment" - David Berlinski, Author of A Tour of the Calculus

"[Behe's] talent for lively exposition...charmingly convey[s] a sense of biochemistry's hidden beauty" - James Shreeve, The New York Times Book Review

"A well-written and thoughtful statement of the biochemical challenge" - Will St. John, Detroit Free Press

"[A] valuable critique of an all-too-often unchallenged orthodoxy" - James A. Shapira, National Review

Paperback, 307 pages

Darwin's Black Box

Evolution a Theory in Crisis
Written by: Dr. Michael Denton

This rates as one of the most influential books in the history of the creation evolution debate. It had a profound effect on Philip Johnson and Michael Behe who themselves are now prominent intelligent design advocates. This authoritative and remarkably accessible book by molecular biologist Michael Denton, shows how rapidly accumulating evidence is threatening the basic assumptions of orthodox Darwinism. We highly recommend this book as possibly the greatest exposé of Darwin's theory every written.

About the author: Michael Denton is Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Otago in New Zealand.

Paperback, 368 pages.

Evolution a Theory in Crisis

The Dawkins Delusion
Written by: Alister McGrath & Joanna Collicutt McGrath

As far as a rebuttal to Richard Dawkins' book The God Delusion is concerned, Alister McGrath is ideally placed to give it. Once an atheist himself, he gained a doctorate in molecular biophysics before going on to become a leading Christian theologian. McGrath subjects Dawkins’ critique of faith to rigorous scrutiny. His meticulously argued response deals with questions such as:

• Is faith intellectual nonsense?
• Are science and religion locked in a battle to the death?
• Can the roots of Christianity be explained away scientifically?
• Is Christianity simply a force for evil?

This book will be warmly received by those looking for a reliable assessment of The God Delusion and the many questions it raises – including, above all, the relevance of faith and the quest for meaning.

Addressing the conclusions of The God Delusion point by point with the devastating insight of a molecular biologist turned theologian, Alister McGrath dismantles the argument that science should lead to atheism, and demonstrates instead that Dawkins has abandoned his much-cherished rationality to embrace an embittered manifesto of dogmatic atheist fundamentalism” - Francis Collins, Director of the Human Genome Project.

Richard Dawkins’ utopian vision of a world without religion is here deftly punctured by McGrath’s informed discourse. His fellow Oxonian clearly demonstrates the gaps, inconsistencies, and surprising lack of depth in Dawkins’ arguments” - Owen Gingerich, Professor of Astronomy, Harvard University.

Paperback, 78 pages

The Dawkins Delusion

20 Compelling Evidences That God Exists
Written by: Kenneth D. Boa & Robert M. Bowman Jr.

Does God exist? This useful book presents the 20 major philosophical, scientific, sociological, and historical reasons for believing in God. Remarkably, though millions upon millions do believe in God, most of them cannot give a single reason why. No wonder those who don't believe God exists remain unconvinced - there's no one to argue the case. This clear, accessible and carefully argued book will give any sincere reader plenty to think about.

About the authors:
Kenneth Boa holds a B.S. from Case Institute of Technology, a Th.M. From Dallas Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. from New York University, and a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford in England. His books have now sold more than four million copies. His books include Faith Has its Reasons and An Unchanging Faith in a Changing World.

Robert M. Bowman Jr., is the president of the Institute for the Development of Evangelical Apologetics (IDEA). Previously he served as a researcher and editor for the Christian Research Institute and the Atlanta Christian Apologetics Project. For five years he taught apologetics, theology, and biblical studies at Luther Rice Seminary. He has authored six books, including Why You Should Believe in the Trinity, and coauthored two other books with Kenneth D. Boa, including An Unchanging Faith in a Changing World.

Paperback, 222 pages

20 Compelling Evidences That God Exists

Darwin On Trial
Written by: Philip Johnston

This book rocked the scientific establishment in the US. Why? It shows that the theory of evolution is based not on fact but on faith - faith in philosophical naturalism. Philip Johnson argues that there simply is no vast body of empirical data supporting the theory.

With the intrigue of a mystery and the gripping detail of a court trial, Johnson takes readers through the evidence with the lawyer's skill he learned as a Berkeley Professor of law specializing in the logic of arguments.

"Unquestionably the best critique of Darwinism I have ever read." Michael Denton, author of Evolution: A Theory in Crisis

"Shows just how Darwinian evolution has become an idol." - Alvin Plantinga, University of Notre Dame

Paperback, 220 pages

Darwin On Trial

Icons of Evolution
Written by: Jonathan Wells

Molecular biologist Dr. Jonathan Wells highlights how mythology, falsehoods and hoaxes within today's scientific circles pass for evidence of Darwinian evolution. He tackles ten of the most prominent arguments neo-Darwinists use as evidence for evolution and shows how each is misrepresented and misused to support Darwin's false theory of evolution.

Many leading high school and undergraduate biology textbooks present students with drawings of similarities between fish and human embryos, and claim that these similarities are evidence that fish and humans share a common ancestor - yet embryologists have known for over a century that these drawings were faked. Photographs of light- and dark- coloured moths on tree trunks are used to teach students how natural selection altered the proportions of the two forms when trees were darkened by pollution during the industrial revolution. Yet scientists have known since the 1980s that the moths do not rest on tree trunks, and all of the textbook pictures were staged.

Some of the other false or misleading icons described in detail by Dr. Wells include:
  • A laboratory flask containing a simulation of the earth's primitive atmosphere, in which electric sparks produce the chemical building-blocks of living cells
  • The evolutionary tree of life, reconstructed from fossil and molecular evidence
  • Similar bone structures in a bat's wing, a porpoise's flipper, a horse's leg, and a human hand that point to their origin in a common ancestor
  • Fruit flies with an extra pair of wings, showing that genetic mutations can provide the raw materials for evolution.
"In Icons of Evolution Jonathan Wells has brilliantly exposed the exaggerated claims and deceptions that have persisted in standard textbook discussions of biological origins for many decades, in spite of contrary evidence. He has done us all, the scientific community, educators, and the wider public, a great service" - Dr. Dean Kenyon, Professor of Biology, San Francisco State University.

"Wells demonstrates with stunning clarity that the textbook examples Darwinists themselves chose as the pillars of their theory are all false or misleading" - Dr. Michael Behe, author of Darwin's Black Box, and Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.

"This is one of the most important books ever written about the evolution controversy. It shows how devotion to the ideology of Darwinism has led to textbooks which are full of misinformation" - Phillip E. Johnson, professor of law, University of California at Berkeley, author of The Wedge of Truth and Darwin on Trial.

About the author: Dr. Jonathan Wells is a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute's Centre for the Renewal of Science and Culture and has a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California at Berkeley.

Hardback, 338 pages

Icons of Evolution

Evolution Under The Microscope
Written by: David Swift

What we have learned in the last 50 years of molecular biology has revealed facts that pose fundamental challenges to Darwin's theory of evolution. David Swift shows that the complexity of molecular biology completely defies any sort of evolutionary explanation. Further, there is no evidence for the constructive mutations that would be required to fuel long-term evolution (and the book includes a detailed discussion of the acquisition of resistance to pesticides which is frequently portrayed as demonstrating such evolution).

Many advocates of evolution point to the operation of natural selection and the fossil record as evidence, even proof; but David Swift shows that any demonstrable evolution is strictly limited and does not answer the fundamental problems posed by biochemistry, in fact adds weight to them. Even circumstantial evidence such as homology (e.g. the similarity of vertebrate skeletons) is not what it seems; in fact the lack of homology between apparently related groups of organisms further challenges their supposed evolution from a common ancestor. He brings the book to a close by discussing the nature of science - that it progresses through paradigms which explain some of the facts, but where anomalous ones are suppressed - which is why there is reluctance to give due weight to the many problems with the theory of evolution.

This thoroughly researched book is a must for any with a serious interest in the subject of evolution. It successfully tackles the scientific issues at an appropriate level for consideration by professional biologists, and at the same time makes the subject accessible to the more general reader.

423 pages, paperback.

Evolution Under The Microscope

Uncommon Dissent
Written by: William A. Dembski (Editor)

In Uncommon Dissent, mathematician and philosopher William A. Dembski brings together essays by leading intellectuals who find one or more aspects of Darwinism unpersuasive. As Dembski explains, Darwinism has gathered around itself an aura of invincibility that is inhospitable to rational discussion—to say the least: "Darwinism, its proponents assure us, has been overwhelmingly vindicated. Any resistance to it is futile and indicates bad faith or worse." Indeed, those who question Darwinism are supposed, according to Richard Dawkins, to be ignorant, stupid, insane, or wicked. The measured, thought-provoking essays in Uncommon Dissent make it increasingly obvious that these critics are not the brainwashed fundamentalist buffoons as Darwinism’s defenders would like to believe, but rather serious, sceptical, open-minded inquirers whose challenges pose serious questions about the viability of Darwinist ideology. A fascinating riveting read.

Reviews:
"If you’ve never heard the term "post-Darwinian," welcome to the world of thinkers who reject evolutionary theory and its reliance on the notion of chance (i.e. 'random mutation'). In this provocative volume, biologists, mathematicians and physicists as well as theologians and other intellectuals...argue, as editor Dembski writes, that 'the preponderance of evidence goes against Darwinism'." — Publishers Weekly

I salute the intellectual honesty and courage of all the contributors who participated in writing Uncommon Dissent. These dissenters masterfully bring to light the flaws and fallacy of Darwinism, a secular ideology dogmatically rooted in naturalistic philosophy. This illuminating book constitutes another sign that a new scientific revolution is coming, one that will ultimately lead to the recognition of the quintessential role of intelligent causation in evolution and mark the end of metaphysical materialism.” — Mario Beauregard, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Research Center, Université de Montréal

366 pages, hardback

Uncommon Dissent

Does God Believe in Atheists?
Written by: John Blanchard

This major work traces the development of atheistic and agnostic thinking from the ‘Golden Age’ of Greek philosophy to the present day. Blanchard pinpoints the influence of thinkers such as Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Neitzsche, Martin Heidegger, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre and Bertrand Russell, explaining how their teaching has shaped modern thinking.·

Blanchard also traces the rise of Darwinism and uncovers the weaknesses in claims made by its contemporary exponents such as Richard Dawkins and Peter Atkins.·The author further exposes the fallacies of determinism, existentialism and secular humanism. This work also tackles the two crucial issues of the relationship between science and religion, and the thorny question of how a 'God of love' can allow suffering and evil in the world.

655 pages, hardback.

Does God Believe in Atheists?

The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict
Written by: Josh McDowell

This is best-selling author and former atheist Josh McDowell's famous book on evidence for the Christian faith. The entire book (over 750 pages) is laid out in outline form, which makes it easier for researchers, scholars, and students to access. As a result, this is not reflective fireside reading. Rather, it is a tool for locating supporting evidence whenever the need arises.

Part I addresses the trustworthiness of the Bible; Part II offers historical evidence and supporting attestations for Jesus' claim to be God; Part III addresses 'radical Christian criticism' of the Bible; Part IV is devoted to quelling the voice of numerous sceptics, including a defence for the existence of miracles and answers to divergent worldviews.

McDowell covers a wide ranging number of topics including the nature of truth, the knowability of history, postmodernism, scepticism, agnosticism and mysticism.

Note from Michael Penfold: It was through this book that a secretary of mine was converted. She was once a confirmed atheist and prior to working for me was the PA of the deputy leader of the Labour Party in the House of Commons. For anyone willing to sincerely face the facts, this will prove an overwhelmingly powerful and convincing book.

760 pages, hardback.

The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict

Examine the Evidence
Written by: Ralph O. Muncaster

A former atheist and hardcore Bible sceptic, Ralph Muncaster spent 15 years conducting research to dispute the Bible. To Ralph, it seemed that the Bible could not possibly be consistent with such sciences as anthropology, molecular biology and physics. Armed with an engineering education and a critical, questioning mind, to his surprise the more he searched, the more evidence he found - evidence that supports the Bible's claims. In 1986, Ralph became aware of the prophetic accuracy of the Bible. He recognized that such precision is statistically impossible. Investigating the scientific and historical documentation and its consistency with the Bible, he was startled by his findings.

Now i
n this major resource, Muncaster leads readers through major areas of proof for Christianity, including: science, medicine, and other sources of empirical evidence;  creation, history and archaeology;  Biblical prophecy;  the uniqueness of Jesus and His resurrection.

604 pages, paperback.

Examine the Evidence

Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible
Written by: John W. Haley

In his book The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins attempts to prove that there are contradictions and errors in the Bible. Dawkins' unfamiliarity with the Bible is obvious for experienced Bible scholars and students to see and his short list of so-called errors is but a small sample of hundreds more that have all been answered many times over in books like this one, Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible by John W. Haley. Under three sections, doctrinal, ethical and historical, Haley carefully and convincingly answers point after point with obvious scholarship and integrity.

452 pages, paperback.

Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible

The Big Argument - Does God Exist?
Written by: John Ashton & Michael Westacott (Editors)

A unique book in which 24 Ph.D. authors contribute a chapter each and build a powerful and convincing case for the existence of God. Here is a complete list of chapter headings:

Part 1: God, Science and Philosophy
Has Science Disproved God? – Barry L. Whitney
Fingerprints of the Divine Around Us – Danny R. Faulkner
Where Did The Universe Come From? – Kenneth E. Himma
Design By Information – Werner Gitt
The Human Body: Evidence for Intelligent Design – Frank J. Sherwin
Design in Nature: Evidence for a Creator – Ariel A. Roth
The Scientific Case for Creation – George Javor
A Question of Biology – David Catchpoole
The Geological Evidence for Creation – Andrew A. Snelling
Where Do Thoughts Come From? – Charles Taliaferro
The Question of Moral Values – Steven B. Cowan
The Problem of Evil – Jon Paulien
Who is God? What is He Like? – Steven Thompson
Will the Real God Please Stand Up? – Eric Svendsen

Part 2: God, History and the Bible
Can the Bible Be Relied On? – Stephen Caesar
Historical Evidence for the Biblical Flood – Jerry Bergman
Archaeological Evidence for the Exodus – David K. Down
The Historical Reliability of the Old Testament – Paul Ferguson
Archaeological Evidence for the New Testament – John McRay
What About the Scientific Reliability of the Bible? – Timothy G. Standish
Amazing Biblical Prophecies that Came to Pass – William Shea
The Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled in Jesus – Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
The Evidence for Jesus’ Resurrection – Michael R. Licona

403 pages, paperback.

The Big Argument - Does God Exist?

I Don't Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist
Written by: Norman L. Geisler & Frank Turek

This powerful book argues that Christianity requires the least faith of all worldviews because it is the most reasonable. The authors lay out the evidence for truth, God, and the Bible in logical order and in a readable, non-technical, engaging style. A valuable aid to those interested in examining the reasonableness of the Christian faith, Geisler and Turek provide a firm challenge to the prior beliefs of doubters and sceptics.

Geisler and Turek present the crucial information needed to avoid being swept away by the onslaughts of secular ideologies that cast science, philosophy and biblical studies as enemies of the Christian faith" - William A. Dembski, author, The Design Revolution

I wish [this book] had been available when I was an atheist—it would have saved a lot of time in my spiritual journey toward God! ” – Lee Strobel, author, The Case for the Creator

If you’re still a sceptic after reading I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, then I suspect you’re living in denial! ” – Josh McDowell, author, Evidence That Demands a Verdict

448 pages, paperback.

I Don't Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist

The Naked Emperor
Written by: Dr. Anthony Latham

Convinced of Darwinian evolution as a teenager, Dr. Latham decided in later life to examine the whole subject again and found it wanting in evidence. He candidly admits to picking up Richard Dawkins’ book River Out Of Eden wondering if he would be able to read it and still retain any doubts about Darwinism. The opposite happened. Dr. Latham found Dawkins’ work wholly unconvincing and ended up writing a powerful critique of Dawkins in chapter 15 of this book.

This is a stimulating and thought-provoking read. Dr. Latham has written with the sceptic in mind and his book has attracted the following reviews:

The indictment of Dawkins’ scientific scholarship is powerful, masterly and (I would say) unanswerable” – Paul Johnson, The Spectator

For the past hundred years Darwinian evolution has sustained the edifice of western secular thought with its promise of a naturalistic explanation for the infinite variety and diversity of life. But for how much longer? Anthony Latham’s lucid account of the current scientific challenges to Darwinian orthodoxy promises a revolution for biology and a profound reassessment of man’s place in the cosmos” – James le Fanu, Columnist, The Daily Telegraph

"In the Naked Emperor, Dr. Anthony Latham showcases the powerful scientific argument that the universe and life were purposefully designed. His deconstruction of Richard Dawkins' reasoning is made even more compelling by the fairness and moderation of his critique" - Michael Behe, Prof. of Biochemistry, LeHigh University, USA (author or Darwin's Black Box)

Paperback, 257 pages

The Naked Emperor

Deluded By Dawkins
Written by: Andrew Wilson

Is Richard Dawkins right? Is God a myth? Are Christians deluded and dangerous? In his best-selling book The God Delusion, Dawkins has mixed intellectual, scientific and philosophical arguments with vitriolic attacks on Christianity and Christians.

Deluded by Dawkins?
by Andrew Wilson, is a lucid and coherent refutation of Richard Dawkins’ arguments. Wilson writes with the ordinary reader in mind who wants to cut through the rhetoric and get to the heart of the issues involved. Andrew Wilson says: “I saw The God Delusion on sale in London, and it annoyed me. Not because it was a book arguing for the non-existence of God, but because it was so strident, so arrogant, and so full of mistakes and misrepresentations that it could significantly mislead people. Concerned that people in my church might struggle from reading it uncritically - and, more probably, that their unbelieving friends would - I decided to work through it in some detail, and write a response…Encouraged by some church members and other friends in Christian leadership, I decided to devote the time to making … a serious, if somewhat lighthearted, response to all the substantial arguments in Dawkins' text.”

About the Author: Andrew Wilson holds degrees in theology from Cambridge (MA) and London (MTh). He has taught a number of courses and seminars on apologetics, and has debated Christian issues with several leading scientists.

Paperback, 112 pages

Deluded By Dawkins

God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?
Written by: Dr. John Lennox

With new atheism loudly gaining more and more media attention, and religion seemingly being backed into a corner with nobody to stand up and rationally defend it, John Lennox’s new book God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? is a much needed addition to the science and faith debate.

God’s Undertaker is an intelligent response to the claims of new atheism, which, based on the evaluation of modern scientific evidence, argues that theism sits more comfortably alongside science than atheism.

Written by John Lennox, a well respected academic and mathematician, the book has received acclaim from top scientists as well as respected figures in the religious community and will provide a thought provoking and fresh basis for discussion.

About the Author: John Lennox is a Reader in Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and the Philosophy of Science at Green College. As well as being a respected academic, John travels widely speaking on the interface between science and religion. Like Dawkins, John has dedicated his career to science, but has arrived at very different conclusions, he says “It is the very nature of science that leads me to believe in God."

"A brilliantly argued re-evaluation of the relation of science and religion, casting welcome new light on today's major debates. A must-read for all reflecting on the greatest questions of life."  —Alister McGrath, author, Glimpsing the Face of God

"It is impossible not to find this a stimulating read."  —Keith Frayn, professor, University of Oxford

"Recent books touting atheism have been grounded more on dyspepsia than on dispassionate reason. In this book John considers the best, most recent science from physics and biology, and demonstrates that the picture looks far different from what we've been told."  —Michael Behe, author, Darwin's Black Box and The Edge of Evolution

Lennox and Dawkins debate each other on October 3rd 2007. See Fixed Point Foundation

224 pages, paperback

God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?

The Edge of Evolution
Written by: Michael Behe

The Edge of Evolution is a truly ground-breaking and astounding book. It asks the sober question, "What is it reasonable to think Darwinian evolutionary processes can actually do?"

Unprecedented genetic data on humans and our microbial parasites (malaria, HIV, E. coli) now allow us to answer that question with some precision. The astonishing result is that, even under intense selective pressure, and given an astronomical number of opportunities, random mutation and natural selection yield only trivial, mostly degenerating changes. The bottom line: the major events that produced life on earth were not driven by random mutations.


Evolutionists have not been able to refute the simple, beautiful and devastating logic of Behe's latest masterpiece. Check out Behe's Amazon blog to see how leading evolutionists have failed to discredit his book.

About the author: Michael Behe is Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978. His current research involves delineation of design and natural selection in protein structures. In addition to teaching and research he works as a senior fellow with the Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture. In addition to publishing over 35 articles in refereed biochemical journals, he has also written editorial features in Boston Review, American Spectator, and The New York Times. His other book, Darwin's Black Box, discusses the implications for neo-Darwinism of what Behe calls "irreducibly complex" biochemical systems and has sold over 250,000 copies. The book was internationally reviewed in over one hundred publications and recently named by National Review and World magazine as one of the 100 most important books of the 20th century.

Reviews:

"With this book, Michael Behe shows that he is truly an independent thinker of the first order. He carefully examines the data of evolution, along the way making an argument for universal common descent that will make him no friends among young-earth creationists, and draws in new facts, especially the data on malaria, that have not been part of the public debate at all up to now. This book will take the intelligent design debate into new territory and represents a unique contribution to the long-standing question of philosophy: Can observation of the physical world guide our thinking about religious questions? " Professor David Snoke, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh

"In The Edge of Evolution Michael Behe carefully assesses the evidence of what Darwin's mechanism of random mutation and selection can achieve in well documented cases, and shows that even in those cases that maximize its power as a creative force it has only been able to generate very trivial examples of evolutionary change. Could such an apparently impotent and mindless force really have built the sophisticated molecular devices found throughout nature? The answer, he insists, is no. The only common-sense explanation is intelligent design." Michael Denton, M.D., Ph.D., author of Nature's Destiny

"In crystal-clear prose Behe systematically shreds the central dogma of atheistic science, the doctrine of the random universe. This book, like the natural phenomena it so elegantly describes, shows the unmistakable signs of a very deep intelligence at work."-- Jeffrey M. Schwartz, M.D., Research Psychiatrist, UCLA, and author of The Mind & The Brain

"Until the past decade and the genomics revolution, Darwin's theory rested on indirect evidence and reasonable speculation. Now, however, we have begun to scratch the surface of direct evidence, of which this book offers the best possible treatment. Though many critics won't want to admit it, The Edge of Evolution is very balanced, careful, and devastating. A tremendously important book." Dr. Philip Skell, Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, at Pennsylvania State University, and member of the National Academy of Sciences

336 pages, paperback

The Edge of Evolution

Has Science Got Rid of God?
Written by: John Blanchard

Are science and God incompatible? In this book John Blanchard tackles this age-old question that still troubles many thoughtful people today and gives a clear and convincing answer, drawing on material from some of the greatest scientists in history. Easy to read and packed with excellent illustrations.

"Aided and abetted by the mass media, those who insist that science makes Christian faith untenable grow increasingly strident. In this readable and scintillating response John Blanchard answers these claims with facts, clarity and impeccable logic. This book will encourage Christians and challenge those who are not. It should be read by both." - Professor Edgar Andrews, B.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.Inst.P., F.I.M., C.Eng., C.Phys, Emeritus Professor of Materials Science, University of London.

159 pages, paperback

Has Science Got Rid of God?

The Real Face of Atheism
Written by: Ravi Zacharias

Atheism is a world without God. Its true nature - whether disguised in Eastern mysticism or Western cynicism - is despair. In this thought-provoking and insightful book, Ravi Zacharias exposes the hopelessness of atheism and explains how a worldview based on God is the key to fulfillment. The Real Face of Atheism systematically examines atheistic positions on human nature, the meaning of life, morality, the 'First Cause', death and more.

192 pages, paperback

The Real Face of Atheism

Answering The Objections of Atheists, Agnostics and Skeptics
Written by: Ron Rhodes

Many arguments from atheists, agnostics, and sceptics are difficult, or at least intimidating, for most Christians to answer. With clear reasoning and understandable language Ron Rhodes provides readers with the explanations and scriptural background they need to respond to common arguments against faith including: * There is no such thing as absolute truth. * Genesis is a myth, not a scientific account. * A loving God cannot exist—there is too much evil and suffering. * If God created all things, how did He create Himself? * Sin is an outdated concept.

With this resource, Christians will be able to confidently respond to logical arguments against the foundations of Christianity.

About the author: Ron Rhodes, president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, is heard regularly on nationwide radio and is the author of 35 books with titles such as Christianity According to the Bible, and Why Do Bad Things Happen If God Is Good?

304 pages, paperback

Answering The Objections of Atheists, Agnostics and Skeptics

The Case for Faith
Written by: Lee Strobel

This sequel to Lee Strobel’s best-selling The Case for Christ finds the author investigating eight major topics that stand in the way of many people believing in God such as: the problem of pain, the existence of evil, and eternal punishment. In his #1 best-seller The Case for Christ, legally trained investigative reporter Lee Strobel examined the claims of Christ, reaching the hard-won verdict that Jesus is God's unique son. But despite the compelling historical evidence that Strobel presented, many people grapple with serious concerns about faith in God. As in a court of law, they want to shout, "Objection!" They say, "If God is love, then what about all the suffering in our world?" Or, "If Jesus is the door to heaven, then what about the millions who have never heard of him?" Or, "If God cares for everyone, then why does he eternally torture some in hell?"

In The Case for Faith, Strobel turns his tenacious investigative skills to the most persistent emotional objections to belief - the eight most popular barriers to faith. The Case for Faith is for those who may be thinking about the claims of the Bible but who are faced with formidable intellectual barriers standing squarely in their path. For Christians, it will deepen their convictions and give them fresh confidence in discussing Christianity with even their most sceptical friends. A tremendous resource and a fast paced absorbing read."With the tenacity of a tough interrogator and the skill of a clear communicator, Lee Strobel tackles the rigours of faith in an age torn between pseudo-spirituality and strident skepticism. Mind-gripping answers to soul-searching questions brilliantly culled by one who is unafraid to ask the hard questions of those who lay claim to the truth of the Christian faith." - Ravi Zacharias

304 pages, paperback

The Case for Faith

The Case Against Darwin
Written by: James Perloff

After writing a substantial and devastating book against evolution called Tornado In The Junkyard, James Perloff decided to produce a cut down version to put over in a few short pages the main and weighty arguments against Darwin's theory of evolution. The result is a marvellous give away read-in-an-afternoon book, which will challenge readers on the very nuts and bolts of the issue. There are certain fundamental issues that cut to the very core of what is at stake - and Perloff does a great job.

83 pages, paperback

The Case Against Darwin

Can Man Live Without God?
Written by: Ravi Zacharias

Based on a compelling series of lectures given in Harvard University, this work has three sections. 1) Atheism - alive and deadly. 2) What gives life meaning? 3) Who is Jesus and why does it matter? A stunningly vital book of real quality. Ravi Zacharias is the author of numerous books and one of the brightest minds in Christian philosophy today. This is a compelling defence of the Christian faith the likes of which we haven't seen since the days of C.S. Lewis.

240 pages, paperback

Can Man Live Without God?

Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds
Written by: Phillip E. Johnson

A short but fascinating book which helps the average layperson to understand the nub of the evolution debate. Johnson cuts through all the undergrowth and explains what the real issues are and how to confront them in an effective way. Johnson has a unique ability to cut through Darwinism and expose its weaknesses.

About the Author: Phillip Johnson is a graduate of Harvard and the University of Chicago. He was law clerk for Chief Justice Earl Warren of the US Supreme Court and taught law for 30 years at the University of California at Berkeley.

131 pages, paperback

Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds

Darwin's God
Written by: Cornelius G. Hunter

Cornelius G. Hunter provides a unique historical, theological and scientific look at the emergence of Darwin's theory. Beginning with the provocative statement that "evolution is neither atheism in disguise nor is it merely science at work," Hunter denies evolution's claim to be pure science beyond the 'entanglements' of faith or belief. Ultimately, he shows how Darwin's theological concerns - particularly his inability to reconcile a loving, all-powerful God with the cruelty, waste, and quandaries of nature - led him to develop the theory of evolution. Hunter provides the crucial key to engaging the intelligent design debate in the context of modern theology. He addresses the influences of Milton, rationalism, the enlightenment and Deism, quoting extensively from Darwin's journals, letters, and scientific writings. Readers of history, science, philosophy, and theology will enjoy this honest telling of a complex and engrossing story.

192 pages, paperback

Darwin's God

The Origin of Man
Written by: Stuart Burgess

Have humans descended from apes or was man specially created? What sets humans apart from all other animals? This wonderful book proves the uniqueness of humans and shows the fallacy of evolution's claim that because humans and chimps share 93% DNA similarity, they evolved from a common ancestor. The author is a design specialist and head of his department at Bristol University. Filled with illustrations. An important book work that breaks new ground.

192 pages, paperback

The Origin of Man

The Evolution Crisis
Written by: Edited by Michael J. Penfold

The five scientists featured in this unique and absorbing book were not raised to believe in creationism. On the contrary, they made an informed choice in adulthood - while studying and working within various scientific disciplines - to abandon Darwinism in favour of the Biblical account of creation. The issues, investigations and inquiries that led each one to make this paradigm shift provide the reader with fascinating and challenging reading. The accounts of the conversions of five evolutionists not only makes for encouraging reading for Christians, but it is also a dynamic witnessing tool to give to evolutionists, secularists and atheists.The five featured scientists are Dr. A.J. Monty White, Dr. Roy Spencer, Professor A.E. Wilder-Smith, Dr. David Stone and Dr. Gary Parker.

52 pages, paperback.

The Evolution Crisis

What's So Great About Christianity?
Written by: Dinesh D'Souza

Is Christianity obsolete? Can an intelligent, educated person really believe the Bible? Or do the atheists have it right? Has Christianity been disproved by science, debunked as a force for good, and discredited as a guide to morality? Bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza looks at Christianity with a questioning eye, but treats atheists with equal scepticism. The result is a book that will challenge the assumptions of both believers and doubters and affirm that there really is, indeed, something great about Christianity. D'Souza reveals: Why Christianity explains what modern science tells us about the universe and our origins - that matter was created out of nothing, that light preceded the sun - better than atheism does: How Christianity created the framework for modern science, so that Christianity and science are not irreconcilable, but science and atheism might be: Why the alleged sins of Christianity - the Crusades, the Inquisition, the Galileo affair ("an atheist's fable") - are vastly overblown: Why atheist regimes are responsible for the greatest mass murders of history: Why evolution does not threaten Christian belief, but actually supports the "argument from design": Why atheists fear the Big Bang theory and the "anthropic principle" of the universe, which are keystones of modern astronomy and physics: How Christianity explains consciousness and free will, which atheists have to deny: Why ultimately you can't have Western civilization - and all we value from it - without the Christianity that gave it birth. Provocative and enlightening, Dinesh D'Souza's What's So Great About Christianity? is a great book for the seeker, the sceptic, and the believer who wants to defend his faith.

About the Author: Dinesh D'Souza, a former White House domestic policy analyst, is currently the Rishwain Research Scholar at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.

368 pages, paperback

What's So Great About Christianity?

There Is A God
Written by: Antony Flew

In one of the biggest religion news stories of the new millennium, the Associated Press announced that Professor Antony Flew, the world's leading atheist, now believes in God. Flew was a pioneer for modern atheism. His famous paper, Theology and Falsification, was first presented at a meeting of the Oxford Socratic Club chaired by C. S. Lewis and went on to become the most widely reprinted philosophical publication of the last five decades. Flew earned his fame by arguing that one should presuppose atheism until evidence of a God surfaces. He now believes that such evidence exists, and There Is a God chronicles his journey from staunch atheism to believer. For the first time, this book presents a detailed and fascinating account of Flew's riveting decision to revoke his previous beliefs and argue for the existence of God. Ever since Flew's announcement, there has been great debate among atheists and believers alike about what exactly this "conversion" means. There Is a God puts this debate to rest. This is a story of a brilliant mind and reasoned thinker, and where his lifelong intellectual pursuit eventually led him: belief in God as designer. Recommended by Francis Collins, John Polkinghorne and many others.

256 pages, paperback

There Is A God

The Dawkins Letters
Written by: David Robertson

When Richard Dawkins published The God Delusion, David Robertson wanted there to be an intelligent Christian response. After some ill-thought-through interventions by others in the media, David Robertson wrote an open letter to Richard Dawkins on his church website. This found its way onto Richard Dawkins' website, where it generated the largest response of any posting before or since.

The ferocity, weakness and shallowness of the responses spurred David to write this book. It draws upon David's experience as a journalist, debater, letter writer, pastor and author. David writes honestly, agreeing with Dawkins where appropriate but not hesitating to point out where some of his thinking falls apart. If you want ideas and answers to the challenges of The God Delusion then The Dawkins Letters is one place to find your answers.

Paperback, 124 pages

The Dawkins Letters

Darwinian Fairytales
Written by: David Stove

A unique and interesting book. Like a clever agnostic in Sunday school, Stove relentlessly frustrates Darwinism in this posthumous collection of 11 linked essays. He is at pains to note that he is of no religion. His modest objective is to show that Darwinism (while, he believes, largely valid), fails to explain known humanity. If Darwin's theory of evolution were true, "there would be in every species a constant and ruthless competition to survive," when "it is perfectly obvious that human life is not like that." To illustrate, Stove cites altruism, alcohol, anal intercourse, abortion and other behaviors that shorten lives or lessen the number of children people have. He goes so far as to condemn Darwinism as a "ridiculous slander on human beings," whom he views as mammals, but not animals in the evolutionary sense.

"Whatever your opinion of ‘Intelligent Design’, you’ll find Stove’s criticism of what he calls ‘Darwinism’ difficult to stop reading. Stove’s blistering attack on Richard Dawkins’ ‘selfish genes’ and ‘memes’ is unparalleled and unrelenting. A discussion of spiders who mimic bird droppings is alone worth the price of the book. Darwinian Fairytales should be read and pondered by anyone interested in sociobiology, the origin of altruism, and the awesome process of evolution." - Martin Gardner, author of Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?: Debunking Pseudoscience

345 pages, paperback

Darwinian Fairytales

The New Atheism
Written by: Michael Poole

Recently, the "new" atheists have been putting out books, articles, bus ads, and TV programs in attempts to sway people to their cause. Through these tactics they've managed to gain a large amount of public attention and media exposure—but do their arguments really hold water? Using the analogy put forward by esteemed philosopher Anthony Flew, Michael Poole examines the new atheists' use of the “10 leaky buckets” tactic of argumentation—presenting readers with a sum of arguments that are each individually defective, as though the cumulative effect should be persuasive. This closer look at the facts reveals that the buckets are, indeed, leaky.


"Helpful and accessible . . . highly recommended."  —Alister McGrath, author, In the Beginning

96 pages, paperback

The New Atheism

Against Atheism - Why Dawkins, Hitchens and Harris are Fundamentally Wrong
Written by: Ian S. Markham

Ian Markham analyzes the atheistic worldview from the inside out, tackling the atheists on their own ground by arguing that they do not understand the nature of atheism, let alone theology and ethics. Drawing on ideas from Nietzsche, cosmology, and art, Against Atheism is a succinct, engaging, but robustly argued, book by a leading academic. It contains a wealth of profound insights that show religious belief in a new light. Unlike other responses to the new atheism, Markham challenges these authors on their own ground by questioning their understanding of belief and of atheism itself. The result is a transforming introduction to Christianity that will appeal to anyone interested in this debate.

"A brilliant defence of the reasonableness of Christian belief, against its modern detractors. Written beautifully and clearly, this is modern Christian thought at its best." - Keith Ward, University of Oxford.

176 pages, paperback

Against Atheism - Why Dawkins, Hitchens and Harris are Fundamentally Wrong

The End of Reason
Written by: Ravi Zacharias

When you pray, are you talking to a God who exists? Or is God nothing more than your 'imaginary friend,' like a playmate contrived by a lonely and imaginative child? When author Sam Harris attacked Christianity in Letter to a Christian Nation, reviewers called the book 'marvelous' and a generation of readers - hundreds of thousands of them - were drawn to his message. Deeply troubled, Dr. Ravi Zacharias knew that he had to respond. In The End of Reason, Zacharias underscores the dependability of the Bible along with his belief in the power and goodness of God. He confidently refutes Harris's claims that God is nothing more than a figment of one's imagination and that Christians regularly practice intolerance and hatred around the globe. If you found Sam Harris's Letter to a Christian Nation compelling, the book you are holding is exactly what you need. Dr. Zacharias exposes 'the utter bankruptcy of this worldview.' And if you haven't read Harris' book, Ravi's response remains a powerful, passionate, irrefutably sound set of arguments for Christian thought. The clarity and hope in these pages reach out to readers who know and follow God as well as to those who reject God.

144 pages, hardback

The End of Reason

The Devil's Delusion
Written by: David Berlinski

Militant atheism is on the rise. In recent years Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, and Christopher Hitchens have produced a steady stream of best-selling books denigrating religious belief. These authors are merely the leading edge of a larger movement that includes much of the scientific community. In response, mathematician David Berlinski, himself a secular Jew, delivers a biting defense of religious thought. The Devil’s Delusion is a brilliant, incisive, and funny book that explores the limits of science and the pretensions of those who insist it is the ultimate touchstone for understanding our world.

A powerful riposte to atheist mockery and cocksure science, and to the sort of philosophy that surrenders to them. David Berlinski proceeds reasonably and calmly to challenge recent scientific theorizing and to expose the unreason from which it presumes to criticize religion.” - Harvey Mansfield, Professor of Government, Harvard University

Berlinski’s book is everything desirable: it is idiomatic, profound, brilliantly polemical, amusing, and of course vastly learned. I congratulate him.” - William F. Buckley Jr.

David Berlinski plus any topic equals an extraordinary book.” - Chicago Tribune

256 pages, paperback

The Devil's Delusion

The Signature in the Cell
Written by: Stephen C. Meyer

One hundred fifty years ago, Charles Darwin revolutionized biology, but did he refute intelligent design (ID)? In Signature in the Cell, Stephen Meyer argues that he did not. Much confusion surrounds the theory of intelligent design. Frequently misrepresented by the media, politicians, and local school boards, intelligent design can be defended on purely scientific grounds in accordance with the same rigorous methods that apply to every proposed origin-of-life theory. 'Signature in the Cell' is the first book to make a comprehensive case for intelligent design based upon DNA. Meyer embarks on an odyssey of discovery as he investigates current evolutionary theories and the evidence that ultimately led him to affirm intelligent design. Clearly defining what ID is and is not, Meyer shows that the argument for intelligent design is not based on ignorance or "giving up on science", but instead upon our growing scientific knowledge of the information stored in the cell. A leading proponent of intelligent design in the scientific community, Meyer presents a compelling case that will generate heated debate, command attention, and find new adherents from leading scientists around the world.

Signature in the Cell is a defining work in the discussion of life’s origins . . . the powerful case Meyer presents cannot be ignored in any honest debate. . . [T]his book is an engaging, eye-opening, and often eye-popping read.” (American Spectator)

624 pages, hardback

The Signature in the Cell

Answering the New Atheism
Written by: Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker

An essential book for dismantling Richard Dawkins's atheistic agenda. Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker collaborate to debunk Dawkins's theories and show how inconsistent and illogical his conclusions truly are. Ideal for college students.

"When they are finished with the rebuttal, Dawkins work is shown for what it really is: a collection of mostly AIR presented with hurricane force (fundamentalist) rhetoric." - Review on Amazon.com

"It has been a great pleasure to me as a long-retired Professor of Philosophy to have been set the task of reading Answering the New Atheism: Dismantling Dawkins's Case Against God by Dr. Scott Hahn and Dr. Benjamin Wiker. For this 'task' has been for me not a task but a sustained delight. Rarely, if ever, in my many years as a Professor of Philosphy did I ever have the opportunity to read such a compelling argument." -- Antony Flew, author of There is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Atheist Changed His Mind

"Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker answer the arguments posed by the New Atheism effectively and decisively. They show, again and again, that atheists like Richard Dawkins are putting forth shoddy arguments, and once those arguments are dismantled by cool reason, there is very little left." - Dinesh D'Souza, Richwain Research Scholar at the Hoover Institution; Author of What's So Great About Christianity

"In a better world than ours there would have been no need for Answering the New Atheism. But under the circumstances, I'm grateful to Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker for their essential service in cooly, rationally taking apart Richard Dawkins's inflamed rhetoric and exposing the absurdities, and the dangers, at its heart. Their final chapter is a particularly chilling, important reminder of what Dawkins's secular faith would lead to if it were more widely embraced." -- David Klinghoffer, Author of Shattered Tablets: Why We Ignore the Ten Commandements at Our Peril

"Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker patiently, thoroughly pick apart the reasoning of Richard Dawkins until very little is left standing. I highly recommend Answering the New Atheism to anyone who wants to watch scientific atheist bullies get their comeuppance." - Michael J. Behe, Lehigh University; Author of The Edge of Evolution

152 pages, paperback

Answering the New Atheism

The God Reality
Written by: Rob Slane

The God Reality takes Richard Dawkins’s main arguments and exposes the many flaws and falsehoods they contain. It aims to embolden readers to withstand an increasingly sceptical and hostile world. Author Robert Slane was raised in an atheistic home and remained a convinced and fairly militant atheist until about the age of 27. In this little book, he provides a succinct, helpful survey of the many imprecisions and contradictions that proliferate in the muddled mind of an atheist.

80 pages, paperback

The God Reality