Number of Pages:256
Author William A. Dembski
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The number one philosophical question that confronts the church is not creationism, is not medical ethics, but is the antecedent issue of all these, theodicy, or the problem of evil. How do we confess to believe in a good and all powerful God, and yet accept the problem of evil? In The End of Christianity: Finding a Good God in an Evil World philosopher William Dembski addresses the arguments of books like The God Delusion, God is not Great, and The End of Faith by dealing with three specific claims:
Compelling and insightful, Dembski brings us to an understanding of what our Christian faith really demands; a radical realignment of our thinking so that we see God’s goodness in creation despite the distorting effects of sin.
“When Bill Dembski employs his characteristic brilliance and boldness to illuminate one of theology’s thorniest problems, as he does in The End of Christianity, the result is a book that deserves a wide readership, and serious attention from the experts.”
Phillip E. Johnson, author of Darwin on Trial.
“In The End of Christianity William Dembski demonstrates his ever-persistent willingness to follow evidence wherever it leads. On one hand, he follows scientific evidence pointing to a universe billions of years old. On the other, he follows scriptural evidence demonstrating natural disasters and animal death to be consequences of the Fall. Through an astonishingly accessible exploration of science, philosophy, and theology, he harmonizes the paradigms while brining healing to the process. Demsbski’s insights may well prove to be a Copernican breakthrough.” Hank Hanegraaff, host of the Bible Answer Man broadcast