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A Shot of Faith (to the Head) Be a Confident Believer in an Age of Cranky Atheists
By Mitch Stokes
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 4/8 Ryan Adair wrote: Mike Tyson once said that everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. Our time is one where atheists bully us around, claiming we’re delusional if we believe in a God. Since there is no physical evidence of him, they say, then teaching our kids about God is worse than child abuse. However, ... A Shot of Faith to the Head
On 1/16 KiaraOliviasmom wrote: A Shot of Faith (to the Head) is an excellent read for those looking for ways to answer common questions raised against Christianity. The book focuses on arguments from Atheists, but the information given can be used with various audiences. Dr. Stokes provides both practical and scientific evidence for ... A Shot of Faith (To The Head) by Mitch Stokes, PhD
On 1/15 Logan Bathurst wrote: With this book Stokes attempts to make sometimes complex philosophical arguments for belief in God accessible for general Joe Bloggs kinds people who might not have encountered philosophy much before. He stakes his claim that belief in God can be and is a rational thing. He pitches this against the "cranky", ... A Shot of Faith (to the Head)
On 1/13 David Kerr wrote: Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s ... A Shot of Faith (to the Head) Be a Confident Believer in an Age of Cranky Atheists
On 1/12 Melanie Carroll wrote: A shot of faith is refreshing, articulate and well worth reading if you've ever had 'that' conversation with an atheist/humanist, you know the one where they ardently point out you are delusional for holding a faith and that you can't prove your faith logically so therefore it can have no basis in fact. ... Good News - you can defend your faith and no you're not mad for holding it!
On 12/6 joehsum wrote: First off, let me be completely honest. I first chose this book because of both the cool title and awesome graphic on the front of the book. The title drew me in because honestly don’t all Christians want just a tad bid of extra faith to depend on? The author, Mitch Stokes’ purpose of righting this ... Both "A Shot of Faith to the Head" as well as the heart...
On 12/4 Josh Byers wrote: In this book Stokes takes aim at the militant sect of New Atheism. His stated goal is give believers in Christianity confidence in what they believe through rational thinking. Its a good challenge because a good number people in the West who were brought up in the church never really questioned nor thought ... Taking Aim at Atheism
On 11/16 Dan Barnes wrote: I am not a huge fan of apologetics most of the time. I love apologetics, don't get me wrong, but I don't often use it. I don't believe that people can be argued to faith. This book, however, I really enjoyed. Partially because it appeals to that part of me that is nerdy and loves to think about these ... Getting a Shot in the Head
On 11/12 Lisa DuVal wrote: 272 pages Published April 2012 Thomas Nelson Publishers Mitch Stokes makes a case for Christianity amidst all the skepticism of religion today. This book aims to prove the rationality of applying Christian beliefs to science and to life in general. This book was an enjoyable read, it was interesting ... A Shot Of Faith To The Head by Mitch Stokes
On 11/11 Brittany Reid wrote: I was first interested in this book because I believe that Christians should have a more tangible argument for their beliefs. Anyone who has had a theological discussion with an atheist knows that an argument of “I believe, just because I do,” absolutely has no grounds. So I picked up this book to ... A Shot of Faith