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I have been listening to more and more debates between William Lane Craig, probably one of the best living Christian apologists, and a variety of atheists (links to debate audio below).  With the exception of Jonathan Shook, even their best efforts are easily destroyed by Craig – most of them rely on polemics and often really poor attacks on the fidelity of scripture, rather than logic and reason.

With that in mind, Ray Comfort’s new book You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can’t Make Him Think: Answers to Questions from Angry Skeptics seems more than a pejorative stab, but rather, an astute observation of the narrow atheist view of reality, their unwillingness to concede science and reason’s limitations, and other means of epistemology other than material empiricism.  Add one more to my already overburdened Amazon wishlist!

Comfort also answers an interesting question about atheist hecklers at, and refers to his site Atheist Central.

William Lane Craig v. Atheists Debates