Seeing and observing is believing right?
Are there any arguments for the existence of God that aren’t centered around blind faith?
The answers might surprise you.
Secular, skeptical, disillusioned. These are the traits that mark our age—encouraged by outspoken atheists who insist that faith is naïve and belief is dangerous. But what if the atheists are the irrational ones? Can their beliefs withstand the rigorous examination that they demand from others?
This book is a self-defense manual. It is not intended to be handed out as an apologetic witness.
Mitch Stokes, Senior Fellow of Philosophy at New Saint Andrews College, wrote A Shot of Faith (to the Head): Be a Confident Believer in an Age of Cranky Atheists in order to combine some of the best philosophical arguments for the existence of God and the rationality of the Christian faith.