Responses to my review of "True Reason"

My review of True Reason hasn't gone unnoticed by its authors. Several of them have stopped by in the comments sections, and a few of them have written their own blog posts purportedly rebutting my criticisms.

I've dabbled with debating them, but I've come to the conclusion that it's just an endless morass. I didn't write the review to de-convert the authors. The book isn't written for people like me anyway; it's written for Christians who have a strong need or desire to believe in their religion, and need something rational-sounding to ease their cognitive dissonance. As it is, I'm not going to be debating anyone on their blogs, or here for that matter because I have other projects I want to move on to. I'll update the "An atheist reads 'True Reason'" tab at the top of the blog with the responses as I hear about them so that my readers can check them out, but I'm content to let my arguments stand on their own and let my readers decide for themselves.


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