Secular, skeptical, disillusioned. These are the traits that mark our age–encouraged by outspoken atheists who insist that faith is naive and belief is dangerous. But what if the atheists are the irrational ones? Can their beliefs withstand the rigorous examination that they demand from others?
In A Shot of Faith to the Head, Mitch Stokes, Senior Fellow of Philosophy at New Saint Andrews College, dismantles the claims of skeptics and atheists, while constructing a simple yet solid case of Christian belief. This profound yet accessible book proves the rationality, consistency, and reliability of the Christian approach to science and life.
If you have ever doubted that your beliefs can stand up to scrutiny–if you’ve ever doubted your beliefs–this book dissolves the questions. For atheists, it is a wake-up call. For Christians, it’s A Shot of Faith to the Head.
Paperback: 252 pages
“When I read Mitch Stokes’ book, A Shot of Faith to the Head, I immediately reached out and told him, “Thank you for writing such a powerful book dealing with philosophy that people without a Ph.D. in it can actually understand!” Mitch absolutely hits the bulls-eye, methodically showing why today’s top philosophers must admit that God is the very foundation of everything—including science and philosophy—atheist’s supposedly bullet-proof strongholds. If you have even one skeptic friend, you’re gonna want to read this book and then pass it on to them!” – Eric Hovind