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From USA Today best-selling author Anthony DeStefano, an entertaining retort to atheism and its proponents, revealing the intellectual bankruptcy at atheism's core and equipping Christians to respond to its hollow arguments.

A witty and devastating takedown of the "new" atheist position, Inside the Atheist Mind debunks the theories of Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, and others, revealing how inconsistent, illogical, and frankly ludicrous their conclusions truly are. Poking fun at atheists in a clever and intelligent way, Anthony DeStefano demonstrates just how full of holes the new atheism is and reveals that it is actually a "religion" of its own, complete with a creed, a set of commandments, a rigid moral code, and rewards and punishments. More than that, DeStefano exposes that atheism is itself a "superstition" of the worst kind.

Using irony and a healthy dose of playful sarcasm, Inside the Atheist Mind lampoons, teases, and deflates the atheist position, unmasking it for what it is - an empty, intellectually barren philosophy, devoid of any logic and common sense. 

©2018 Anthony DeStefano (P)2018 Thomas Nelson

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Where does Inside the Atheist Mind rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

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What did you like best about this story?

Facts and great logic in presenting his findings

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The complete review of his subject matter

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

How the atheist movement plays such a critical role in our present society

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Great writer

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Straight Talk About Atheism

Overall very enjoyable. A bit crass at times but I get the intent of being unapologetic to an unapologetic atheist. His message is directed at a certain group of atheists so readers shouldn't assume all atheists act the way this group that he references. It'll take a few more read throughs to pick up on all the content given included what's between the lines but at least the author provides a lively reading of his own work.

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Great Book

great book. This book won't give you arguments for the existence of God, it exposes the absurdity of atheism. This book goes over the BULLY tactics modern atheist use and the falsehoods they spew!

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A Refreshing and Unapologetic Look at Atheism

I've read a number of books on Religion, Spirituality and Atheism, but this is a truly unique one. The author is honest in his introductory note: this not an attempt to prove the existence of God - there are other books for that. This is a comprehensive analysis of the New Atheists. It is brutally precise in citing historical facts and figures to explain their emptiness. The author is as direct as possible, showing the weaknesses of the position.

This edition as read by the author, and he does so perfectly. It is a smooth read. I have already recommended it.

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Really great read

Great intellectual but light response to aggressive atheism. I appreciated the clear refutation if common statements about religion causing more harm than good. I also appreciated the way he exposed actual quotes from atheists like Sam Harris supporting the killing of religious people and disabled people systematically. Great read.