If you are religious and serious about your faith, you most likely will be told by secular individuals that you are a fool. You will be told that there is no god, the existence of humans is the result of a random natural process, and there is no afterlife. They will say their arguments are logical; religious arguments are not. What if, however, the reverse is true? Jeffrey Stueber's The Vast Wastelands of Unbelief is a survey of the many errors and inconsistencies in secular thought - whether in the form of atheism or secular humanism. Their beliefs are often laden with internal contradictions as in Geoffrey Berg's claim that God's existence cannot be verified; a claim that precedes his assertion that this world is not what God would create if God existed. Berg cannot have it both ways. Atheists often say there is no immaterial soul or self; our thoughts and decisions are the result of genes, memes, or neurons. We are simply biological robots. Yet, while they say this is true, their actions testify to their existence as intentional beings, not robots. They don't or can't even take their own beliefs seriously. Secular beliefs yield harmful results also. The liberal culture of death testifies to this fact.
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|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633672178 (DRM-EPUB)|
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