One of the reasons I began this blog was to follow the advice of several authors who have said that the best way to improve your writing is to write. Another purpose for the blog is to think out loud while I write, creating initial drafts of potential future books. One of those projects is a book introducing Christians to the classical case for the existence of God, the sort of thinking about God that has its roots in such figures as Aristotle, Augustine, and Aquinas (and, as it happens, the view of God found in the Bible!). That picture, combined with a careful defense of the credibility of the testimony of the gospels, provides what I believe is the most potent case for Christianity that can be made.

Down below you can see various posts I’ve done so far that are first drafts of potential chapters (or parts of chapters) in the book. If you’ve missed some of these posts, please check them out. Your feedback will make the book better!

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Blind Faith or Reasoned Faith?

The “Atheist’s Guide to Reality” (or, Colorless Crayons)

Nazis, Morality, and Atheism

Proving God Exists

Richard Dawkins and His Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Argument 

The Necessary Being

What Is the Necessary Being?

Pure Actuality (or Why the “Flying Spaghetti Monster” Isn’t God)

One and Only One

The Problem of Evil for Atheism

The Problem of Evil