To read a sample chapter (Introduction), click here.
Synopsis: To many, Christianity is the answer. It brings comfort, purpose, and sense of pride. These feelings mean so much to the Christian. But are these feelings justified? Do Christians have good reason to trust the truth of their beliefs? Author J. D. Brucker brings forth a short collection of arguments against Christian beliefs, exposing the falsehoods of the faith so many all around the world cherish.
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Praise for God Needs To Go: Why Christian Beliefs Fail:
From Matthew O’Neil, author of You Say That I Am: Jesus and the Messianic Problem:
“Excellence in a short, easily-digestible book touching on theology, science, and the naturalism of human existence. Brucker takes complex subjects, applies them in lay terms, and even offers a bit of a memoir to offer his own insight and experience into the equation. Certainly not the “objective” evidence, but he equates it to other studies and areas of focus that offer credibility to his personal circumstances. This also appears to include work from his other book (also very worth the read!), but many newer topics included. If you want a short introduction into the world of atheism and arguments against supernatural claims, this is a must-read!”
From Hemant Mehta, blogger for Patheos and author of The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide: Helping Secular Students Thrive:
“J. D. Brucker has written a short-but-powerful e-book called God Needs To Go: Why Christian Beliefs Fail.”
From Joey Lee Kirkman, author of Bedtime Bible Stories – Explicit!:
“Could not put this book down! It makes wonderful, original arguments that are easy to understand and share with peers.”