God’s Not Dead Review

God’s Not Dead: Evidence for God in an Age of Uncertainty

By Rice Broocks, Stephen Mansfield17055793

 

“Faith in God is rising, yet so is skepticism. The evidence for the existence of God must be grasped and clearly articulated to answer this challenge,” says author Rice Broocks. “The success of the atheistic agenda is mostly due to the fact that the theistic responses to atheists’ claims have not been widely circulated.”

God’s Not Dead guides seekers and reminds believers that…

• Real faith is not blind — it is based on evidence.

• Life is no accident — there is meaning and purpose in the universe.

• Good and evil are not illusions.

• The God who exists has revealed Himself in history through Jesus Christ.

Drawing from the areas of philosophy, science, history, and theology, we can form persuasive arguments for God’s existence and His presence in our lives. This audio book equips us with the tools, providing clear, easy-to-follow explanations of the key concepts and controversies. God’s Not Dead is apologetics for the twenty-first century.

I had high expectations for this book, but it fell flat. I found the content leaves you with more questions than it does answers. The tone of the book didn’t seem passionate, it almost was like reading a textbook just brimmed with “facts”.

The premise is wonderful. But, I don’t like where the writer took the exploration and I feel it could have been better executed. I felt at times, it was almost questioning God and faith.

This is just my opinion, I am sure others will find exactly what they are looking for in this book.

Thank you to BookSneeze for the ARC for review.

About Lisa Lunney

A Canadian gal that firmly believes words can change the world. An avid reader, writer and Autumn/Winter lover. She excels at communications and writes for pleasure and profession.
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