If you have ever sat through a Philosophy 101 class, you may get just a taste of what's in store for you when you read this book.
Stokes gives us three parts in which he lays out his arguments for the existence of God and how you can confidently discuss/argue your point with atheists.
You get seven chapters on why belief in God is rational. This is in direct conflict with the Neo-Atheists who say belief in God is irrational.
Part two discusses the use of science in explaining your beliefs. Here you'll find eight chapters of ammunition.
Finally you will read Stokes' views on evil and suffering and how the atheists have a serious problem when they bring this line of thinking into their debates.
After each chapter Stokes provides, "For Your Arsenal". These are quick bullet points to help you remember and apply the information to your memory.
This is a thick book in that Stokes is a doctor of philosophy. You may need to reread portions of this book just to fully comprehend the ideas but he does provide easy-to-understand illustrations to prove his point.
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Thomas Nelson Publishing.