We’ve all observed the rise of nothing less than aggressive atheism, some of which goes over the top in argument and some of which simply lays its cards on the table with confidence and fearlessness and says, “OK, Christian, make my day. Beat this argument.” One thinks, of course, of Dawkins, HItchens and Harris. Some have taken this movement on with a sketch of ideas (as in D.B. Hart, Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies
) while others, like William Lane Craig and Chad Meister, by selecting a variety of authors to respond to various dimensions of the movement.
, Craig and Meister have enlisted some friends to respond, and I happen to be one of them. The editors collected essays in groups: God is, God is great, God is good, and Why it matters. Fourteen studies: