Faith and Unbelief: A Theology of Atheism

Faith and Unbelief offers a rounded understanding of the development of atheism, its many faces, and the places were Christian faith modern day unbelief interact It asks Can a rational person still believe in God What does the rise in atheism in Christian countries say about the church How can Christians present the gospel in a world of unbelief
Faith and Unbelief A Theology of Atheism Faith and Unbelief offers a rounded understanding of the development of atheism its many faces and the places were Christian faith modern day unbelief interact It asks Can a rational person still be

  • Title: Faith and Unbelief: A Theology of Atheism
  • Author: Stephen Bullivant
  • ISBN: 9781848252806
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Faith and Unbelief: A Theology of Atheism”

    1. This little book is about how Christians think about the recent rise of atheism. It could have been interesting but most of it was fantastically silly. I will pick out two discussions which caused much rolling of the eyes.In religion you often get rules handed down by the priests and theologians which everyone then has to figure out a way round, because to follow these rules would be ridiculous. An example of this is the orthodox Jewish rule about not working on the Sabbath. Many big debates hav [...]

    2. So refreshing to read a book of this kind that is genuinely looking to understand and dialogue with atheists- no point scoring, no snide comments. Although written from a Christian perspective and using a theological approach, the author is able to consider both sides complexly. This is not a work of apologetics, but instead an honest and thorough consideration of the Christian response to the rise of atheism, in the light of key theological issues, namely, salvation and evangelisation, as well [...]

    3. Amazing book by Boulivant. He lays out the situation of Belief and Unbelief in a very clear and concise way while being very well-informed on current statistics, scripture, Church teaching, and the problems facing dialogue and evangelization today. Great work and highly recommend for theists and atheists alike.

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