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The New Atheism And The Future Of Christianity

Dr. Albert Mohler concludes the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship by proposing that the only means of preserving Christian theism is to return to a theism that is revelation-based, Trinitarian, and fully biblical in defending a God “infinite in His perfections” over against revisionist models of theism popular among some (open theism, etc.).

W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship (Spring 2008)
  1. The New Atheism And The Endgame Of Secularism
  2. The New Atheism And The Assault On Theism
  3. The New Atheism And The Defense Of Theism
  4. The New Atheism And The Future Of Christianity
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