Intellectuals Don't Need God and Other Modern Myths: Building Bridges to Faith Through Apologetics


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McGrath sees two kinds of obstacles to faith: intellectual barriers and existential, or experiemental ones--the traumas, anxieties, and hopes of life. In this book, he seeks to balance these obstacles with a people-based approach, as he states "Christianity must commend itself in terms of its relevance to life, not just in its inherent rationality".