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Apology Not Accepted

Common Sense Refutations for Nonsensical Apologetics
Narrated by: Gregory Blount
Length: 9 hrs and 12 mins
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Apology Not Accepted is a no-holds-barred critique of common Christian apologetics. Blount is direct, informative, and highly entertaining.  

From the preface: 

I appreciate the intentions of fairness in a debate, as each party deserves the opportunity to present their case. I am also a huge fan of Christian apologetic debates.... What I feel is missing is the opportunity to interrupt a bad argument or false representation of the point being made to thoroughly analyze it.  

Live on stage, it would be rude to cut somebody off in the middle of their argument, but it is still a very fruitful endeavor to play back the video, stopping it as necessary, and giving their statements the proper criticism they deserve. It is for this reason I have made this audiobook; to provide the analysis that is simply not feasible in a debate format.  

This is not to say the representatives of atheism or science have not adequately outperformed the Christians in the actual debates. I would say they clearly have, but as Aron Ra stated in the Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism, “[I]t takes longer to refute a lie than to tell one”. So, I feel more can be said against the obsequiously bad arguments of Christian apologetics than is ever allowed in a debate format.    

As the edgy comedy cartoon South Park has stated on its show: “All celebrity voices are impersonated...poorly.”  

To provide a contrast between my own personalized comments and the narratives by the apologists, I felt it was necessary to use different vocalizations. If I did not do this, then I fear the audiobook would become confusing as to where their comments stop and where mine start.  

There may be times when I appear to be mocking the apologists, but I hope I have presented their arguments in the same tone they have in the debates. It is not my intention to demean their case by merely mimicking them; I intend to do that with my own common-sense response to their arguments.

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Wonderful!

I felt obligated to leave a comment for this wonderful audiobook. This is a very well thought of collection of misleading remarks by apologetics, followed by dismantling each statement, and then the analysis of them. I recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about both sides of the argument. I also recommend this book to anyone that wants to learn about breaking down arguments and analyzing them.
I salute the author for the innovative idea of breaking down debate arguments, and the in-depth analysis he provided.
There are a few books that have been compiled to a perfection. This is one of them.

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