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This gift pack, delivered in time for Christmas, contains personalized and signed copies What’s So Great About Christianity, What’s So Great About America, and What’s So Great About God. Don’t miss out! Order this pro-God pack for the faithful (and faithless) in your life.
What’s So Great About Christianity approaches Christianity with a skeptical eye, but treats the skeptics with equal skepticism. The result is a book that will challenge the assumptions of both believers and doubters and affirm that there really is, indeed, something great about Christianity.
Is Christianity true? Can an intelligent, college-educated person really believe the Bible? Or do the atheists have it right? Has Christianity been disproven by science, debunked as a force for good, and discredited as a guide to morality?
What’s So Great about America takes on all of America’s critics and proves them wrong—as perhaps only a writer with an immigrant’s understanding of this country can. He defends not an idealized America, but America as it really is, and measures America not against utopia, but against the rest of the world in a provocative, challenging book.
In our own country, on the political left, there are still those who blame America for every ill in the world. And left-wing multiculturalism—dominant in our own schools and universities—teaches students that Western and American culture is no better than, and probably worse than, Third World cultures. Even on the political Right, traditionally the home of patriotism, there are those who say that America has become so decadent that we are “slouching towards Gamorrah” and should expect “the death of the West.”
What’s So Great About God takes some of the top arguments against God head on. The biggest question about God is not, surprisingly enough, whether he exists. It’s about whether God is really good.
In D’Souza’s debates with leading atheists, you may notice that many of them aren’t real unbelievers. It’s not that they refuse to believe in God; rather, they are angry and disappointed with God.
Many unbelievers are wounded theists. And their main complaint is that God, who is supposed to be all-powerful and good, seems in reality to be uncaring and even malicious. They fault God for allowing so much evil and suffering in the world.
Christians, too, can be wounded theists, cherishing God when things are going well but feeling godforsaken when there is tragedy. At some point all of us ask the difficult questions. Why do bad people end up on top while good people go through hardships? Why do so many people suffer needlessly? Is God really omnipotent and benevolent, and if so, why does he permit so much suffering?
In the book, D’Souza draws on new discoveries in modern science to offer an original solution that will satisfy believers and challenge the most hardened skeptics.