Challenging Richard Dawkins
Kathleen Jones (Author)
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DescriptionThe writings of Richard Dawkins challenge Christians (and people of other faiths) to think more deeply about their beliefs and shake them out of any complacency. Christians need to hear some of the uncomfortable things he says and to know how to answer his alluring claims. Here is a robust and informed challenge to Dawkins' gospel of atheism.
June 01, 2008
5.07 X 7.81 X 0.6 inches | 0.43 pounds
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About the Author
Kathleen Jones (1922-2010) was emeritus professor of social policy at the University of York and an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. She acted as a consultant on social history and abnormal behavior for this series, for which she has also revised the June volume. Her publications in social science include Ideas on Institutions (1984); Experience in Mental Health (1988); The Making of Social Policy in Britain (1991, n.e. 1994); Asylums and After (1993). Her religious publications include a translation of the Poems of St John of the Cross (1993) and Women Saints: Lives of Faith and Courage (1999), both published by Burns & Oates.