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Thoughtful Theism: Redeeming Reason in an Irrational Age is more than a defense of the existence of God. It is an attempt to remind us that belief in God is at its root rational - despite the evidence offered by many atheists and the irrational expressions presented by some theists themselves. 

Drawing from years of experience as a priest and a teacher of philosophy, Fr. Younan presents the fallacies that often accompany thinking about a concept as difficult as God. With clarity and humor, he presents the "Five Ways" of Aquinas, discusses the big bang and evolution, the problem of evil, morality, and the complexities and abuses of religion.

©2017 Emmaus Road Publishing (P)2018 Emmaus Road Publishing

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Must read for theists and atheists

This book was well written, he quotes all the mainstream atheists from Dawkins , to Hitchens , Sam Harris , Dennet, Russel and more and shows there misunderstanding of certain theist arguments.

I think every believer and non believer should read this book to understand their position better and change depending on where the facts lead.

This book is great because it’s a short read and yet packed with a lot of info without becoming boring which can happen when reading books of this nature

I will definitely comeback to this book and listen to it again

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  • 06-21-18

Good listening

Good book, probably not going to transform the non believer. I don't believe it dug deep enough into their logic to really contrast the two differing perspectives. great for a pondering believer, evangelist. or missionary