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"Is Christianity obsolete? Can an intelligent person belief the Bible? Has Christianity been disproved by science? New York Times best-selling author Dinesh D'Souza objectively examines the arguments and rhetoric in the current atheist-led debate about God and Christianity. Meeting the atheists' arguments on their own terms, he demonstrates how religious belief can be reconciled with reason and science. The result is a book that challenges the assumptions that people have about Christianity and affirms that there really is something great about Christianity."

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Dinesh D'Souza, the sophist. Can't wait.
I had a challenge to read this from a guy at work to whom I gave Dawkins and Harris. I can use this as my response to him.

I've got the book now, so I'll get started.
I'm looking forward to hearing whether or not this guy really has anything worthwhile to say.

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