True Reason Mini-Book (100 pack)
True Reason Outreach Mini-Book
Contains the First Chapter of the recently released book, True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism
Ideal for handing out at events, on campus, or anywhere as an "apologetics tract"
True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism is a full length book providing essays unmasking the frequent irrationality displayed by leading atheists like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens. The mini-book is the complete first chapter of the book and includes questions to ask atheists and skeptics. It is an ideal "tract" for Ratio Christi clubs or other outreach groups to distribute on college campuses or elsewhere to initiate discussions, prompt in-depth investigation, and plant doubts about the rationality of atheism.
Size: 5" x 5"
Full Color Front Cover (same as book)
Back Cover: Lists questions to ask an atheist or other skeptic (see Back Cover image)
Comes in bundles of 100
Amazon Description of Full Book
Today's New Atheists proclaim themselves our culture's party of reason. It is a claim they cannot sustain. Reason is the New Atheists' weakness, not their strength and in fact, the Christian faith is a far better place to look for True Reason.
In sixteen carefully constructed essays by more than a dozen Christian thinkers including William Lane Craig, Sean McDowell, and Timothy McGrew,True Reason unmasks the frequent irrationality displayed by leading atheists like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens. The authors go on to show the great extent to which the Christian faith has historically supported sound reasoning, and that Christian thinkers, past and present, have demonstrated real excellence in reasoned, rational thinking.
Making their case accessible to the first-time inquirer as well as the serious student, this top-flight team of writers presents a sound defense and a strong introduction to the true reason uniquely found in Christianity.
Great handout for academic students, etc.
Posted by Beth Sims on 17th Aug 2015
I really like this whole book and know the background of it, so it's easy for me to process, but it may be a little heavy for the average student. So I would definitely target this to the student who is into academics. I really like questions on the back, with the list of good websites one could go to for further investigation.
TAKE THAT, ATHEISTS!
Posted by Unknown on 18th May 2015
This booklet makes it clear that Christianity is based on good evidence and good logic; on the other hand, atheists make all sorts of claims about how false Christianity is, but their claims always contain at least one logical fallacy. However, I'm not good at recognizing their fallacies and this booklet clarifies those issues in only 8 short pages.
The text is pretty small, so it's a little slower to read than it could be, but being compact makes it easy to carry around.