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Antitheism is Pervasive but Empty

Turkish Tiltle: İnsan Tanrısız Yaşayabilir Mi?

Original Title: Can Man Live Without God?

Author: Ravi Zacharias

ImageIn this brilliant and compelling defense of the Christian faith, Ravi Zacharias shows how affirming the reality of God's existence matters urgently in our everyday lives.

According to Zacharias, how you answer the questions of God's existence will impact your relationship with others, your commitment to integrity, your attitude toward morality, and your perception of truth.


The aim of this book is to:
* Reveal the philosophical and existential inadequacy of atheism
* Defend the reality of man’s longing for meaning and provide answers for it
* Demonstrate the plausibility and coherency of the Christian worldview

The book’s message is that atheism is really antitheism. It fails the test of logic on the philosophical level, the test of meaning set forth by the arts, and the test of practical application.  The human penchant for meaning cannot be met by antitheism, neither can it be ignored. A child’s sense of wonder and a young adult’s search for truth and love need fulfillment. A mature person’s experience with suffering demands answers. Only Christ, the God-man, brings truth to satisfy the intellect, love to restore the soul, and grace to heal the brokenness of suffering.

Ravi Zacharias explains how antitheism is pervasive but empty and that antitheism cannot provide meaning, a foundation for morality, or a reason to hope. He considers the questions "What constitutes meaning?" and "Do Christ’s claims bear up under scrutiny?", finally looking at "What does Christianity offer that antitheism can’t?"

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