Stealing From God

by Frank Turek     |     Book Summary


Author: Frank Turek
Publisher: NavPress
Date: January 1, 2015
Pages: 270

Book Summary of Stealing From God by Frank Turek


Stealing From God is a powerful book that seeks to show how atheism is inconsistent with reality and its own claims and has to presuppose the existence of God in order to try to make its case against Him.

Frank Turek walks the reader through six arguments that show how atheists steal from God:

  • Causality
  • Reason
  • Information and intentionality
  • Morality
  • Evil
  • Science.

Most of the book is spent addressing these issues and arguments in succinct and powerful ways. An open-minded reader is propelled to think more seriously about the position proposed by atheism and whether it is philosophically, historically, morally, and scientifically defensible.

The latter chapters move from supporting theism to giving evidence to support the God of Christianity. They show there are tremendously good reasons to put one’s faith in the God of the Bible over holding the illogical and inconsistent position of atheism.





Stealing From God

by Frank Turek

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Book Summary of Stealing From God by Frank Turek

AuthorFrank Turek
PublisherNavPress
DateJanuary 1, 2015
Pages270


Overview:

Stealing From God is a powerful book that seeks to show how atheism is inconsistent with reality and its own claims and has to presuppose the existence of God in order to try to make its case against Him.

Frank Turek walks the reader through six arguments that show how atheists steal from God:

  • Causality
  • Reason
  • Information and intentionality
  • Morality
  • Evil
  • Science.

Most of the book is spent addressing these issues and arguments in succinct and powerful ways. An open-minded reader is propelled to think more seriously about the position proposed by atheism and whether it is philosophically, historically, morally, and scientifically defensible.

The latter chapters move from supporting theism to giving evidence to support the God of Christianity. They show there are tremendously good reasons to put one’s faith in the God of the Bible over holding the illogical and inconsistent position of atheism.