1) Dutch translation now available; 2) Atheism’s irrationality March 3, 2012
The proud mind of the modern academic skeptic espouses an atheism and agnosticism that do not comport well at all with what we know about reality. Here Professor Edgar Andrews, emeritus professor at the University of London, interacts with some of the typical arguments posed by modern atheists such as Richard Dawkins. The vast number of unanswered questions and internal contradictions in unbelieving systems leads us to ask the question, “Do they really have a theory that holds the whole system together?” They don’t. We do.