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Conversations With My Inner Atheist

conversationswithmyinneratheist 330What if your "inner atheist" (a still small voice of doubt and questioning) has something important to say? Replay Brock's Wednesday Bookmark interview with Randal Rauser.

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Book Description: Deep down, every Christian has an ‘inner atheist’, a still small voice of doubt and questioning. For many, that voice is viewed as a threat, one to be silenced if at all possible. But what if the inner atheist has something important to say? What if it could provide the way not to a weakened faith but to a deepened one? In Conversations with My Inner Atheist, theologian and apologist Randal Rauser allows his own inner atheist to speak, and no question is off limits. Topics include:

If the Gospel is simple, why doesn’t the Bible simply present it?
If the Bible includes immoral laws, how can it be inspired?
If Christianity is true, shouldn’t Christians show more evidence of sanctification?
What about non-Christian religious experiences?
Why does God allow the most horrific evils?

I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.” – Richard Feynman

About the Author: Dr. Randal Rauser is Professor of Historical Theology at Taylor Seminary where he has taught since 2003. He is the author of several books including Is the Atheist my Neighbour? (Wipf and Stock, 2015), What on Earth do We Know About Heaven? (Baker, 2013), the bestseller Finding God in the Shack (Biblica, 2009), Theology in Search of Foundations (Oxford, 2009) and The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails (InterVarsity, 2012). 
Randal has also published many articles in leading academic journals like Philosophia Christi and Christian Scholar's Review. He blogs at and lectures widely on Christian worldview and apologetics.


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