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Athiest Authors – What’s their deal?

Posted in Christ and Culture by sosipater on May 31, 2007

“Athiest Authors Grapple with Believers” – L.A. Times


The Rev. Douglas Wilson, senior fellow in theology at New Saint Andrews College, a Christian school in Moscow, Idaho, sees the books as a sign of secular panic. He says nonbelievers are finally realizing that, contrary to what they were taught in college, faith is not dead.


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  1. daxw said,

    Don’t feel like signing up for the LA Times.

  2. particularbaptist said,

    Well if you want to read the debate between Wilson and Hitchens go here:

    You’ll see Doug Wilson handing Hitchen’s head to him on a platter nicely gift wrapped.

  3. daxw said,

    Thanks for the link. Yes, I would agree with your analysis of the debate.

  4. sosipater said,

    I agree also. Wilson’s applied presuppositional apologetics are sound indeed. I was reading the comments though on the CT website and was wondering if he could possibly frame his ideas in an even more basic structure. It seems most of the commentors still weren’t getting it. To me this is a challenge for the presuppositional approach, to make it user friendly. That said, it does seem to me, to be the most robust and biblical approach when dealing with committed athiests.


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