In There Is a God: How the World’s Most Notorious Atheist Changed his Mind, Anthony Flew discloses how his commitment to ‘follow the argument wherever it leads‘ led him to a belief in God as Creator. Anthony Flew is a noteworthy advocate of atheism and he wrote influential books that not only influenced atheist but theists as well, in that over time rebuttals were formulated. There Is a God is divided into two parts. The first half was a short summary about his life and how he became an atheist at a young age and how he developed his ideas through an interest in philosophy. The second half talks about the evidences that caused him to change his mind. Flew cited three arguments for God: the laws of the nature explain the mind of God; the origin of life and; the cosmological argument. The book ends with an appendix by N. T. Wright (Author, Simply Christian), arguing for the coherence of Christian belief in the resurrection.
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- “The most effective witnesses are ones who come from the “other side”. Think Saul/Paul of Tarsus. Likewise, Antony Flew was a renowned atheist and critic of religion and Christianity. But based on his belief that one must “go where the evidence leads”, he concluded from the vast amount of evidence in physics, biology and philosophy that there must be a God. A recommended read for apologists, agnostics or hardcore atheists.” – Jay, Amazon Review
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