Friday, January 02, 2015

Stealing from God: Why Atheists Need God to Make Their Case by Frank Turek Review

Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.

If you think atheists have reason, evidence, and science on their side, think again! Award-winning author Dr. Frank Turek (I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist) will show you how atheists steal reason, evidence, science, and other arguments from God in trying to make their case for atheism. If that sounds contradictory, it’s because it is! Atheists can’t make their case without appealing to realities only theism can explain. In an engaging and memorable way, Stealing from God exposes these intellectual crimes atheists are committing and then provides four powerful reasons for why Christianity is true.
Frank Turek
Dr. Frank Turek is a dynamic speaker and award-winning author or coauthor of four books: "I Don't have Enough Faith to be an Atheist," "Stealing From God: Why Atheists Need God to Make Their Case," "Correct, Not Politically Correct" and "Legislating Morality." As the President of, Frank impacts young and old alike at colleges, high schools and churches with hard yet entertaining evidence for Christianity. 

He hosts a hour long TV program each week called "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist" that is broadcast Wednesday nights at 9:00 pm eastern and 1 am eastern (10 pm pacific) on DirecTV Channel 378 (the NRB Network). His radio program--called CrossExamined with Frank Turek--airs on 143 stations every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. eastern (go to and download the free Crossexamined App to listen to all the shows). 

Frank also writes a column for and has appeared on many TV and radio programs including: The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, Faith under Fire, Politically Incorrect, The Bible Answerman, and Focus on the Family. He has debated atheist Christopher Hitchens twice. A former Aviator in the U.S. Navy, Frank has a Masters from George Washington University and a Doctorate from Southern Evangelical Seminary.

Cassandra's Q&A Review:

What did you like about the book and why? I like that the author has so much faith in his words.

- What did you not like about the book and why?  I think that it is just a book of opinion more centered on attacking using religion.

- What did you learn?  Not o go overboard with fanatics and un proven facts as it makes for poor form.

- To whom would you recommend this book and why?  Perhaps someone who is filled with hate and needs someone to point fingers at.  Or someone who wants to get into a discussion simply for social gain. 

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