The Swedish Fish

The Swedish Fish : Deflating the Scuba Diver and Working the Rabbit's Foot

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Ever wonder if there was compelling proof for the existence of God? If so, what would it look like and how would it be presented? Do you believe Christianity is true or do you take the skeptical view that all religions are man-made? What does human consciousness have to do with God? What's the difference between agnosticism and atheism? How does culture and the way we are raised impact our religious and spiritual beliefs? Best selling author and skeptic Tristan Vick covers a full range of subjects from philosophy to psychology to sociology, history, and science as he considers the arguments for the existence of God, belief in the historical Jesus, and whether there is life after death. Then one by one he systematically deconstructs the arguments of contemporary Christian apologist Randal Rauser and offers a worthy critique from a different school of thought. Christians and nonbelievers alike will find more than enough to chew on in this book, and maybe even a lot to agree on as more

Product details

  • Paperback | 362 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 20.57mm | 530.7g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1508696691
  • 9781508696698

About Tristan Vick

Tristan Vick Graduated from Montana State University with degrees in English Literature and Asian Cultural Studies. He speaks fluent Japanese and lives in Japan with his wife and two kids. When he's not commuting on the train or teaching English, he spends his time reading, writing, blogging, and eating sara-udon. He is the author of the popular zombie series Bitten: Resurrection, Bitten 2: Land of the Rising Dead, and the upcoming Bitten 3: Kingdom of the Living Dead published by Winlock Press, an imprint of Permuted Press. His comedic noir detective story The Scarecrow & Lady Kingston: Rough Justice has received rave reviews while his non-fiction book Ignosticism: A Philosophical Justification for Atheism quickly became an best seller. His latest anthology Beyond an Absence of Faith, co-edited with philosopher Jonathan M.S. Pearce, collects the religious deconversion stories of sixteen people and has been met with high praise by critics. You can learn more about the author or contact him at: tristanvick.comshow more