The Confused World of Modern Atheism

Nonsense of a Higher Order
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Is atheism more rational than monotheism?

Atheists claim so, but this fascinating, original, and well-researched masterpiece proves otherwise. Find out why much of what is said about G-d is simply nonsense.

" uncommonly literate, trenchant, and entertaining volume. Rabbi Averick has done a stellar job researching the is difficult not to be amused by what happens to these implausible arguments under Averick's penetrating scrutiny and excoriating analysis...[this] is an important Jewish work. It should be of signal utility to rabbis, kiruv professionals, and Torah Jews who seek to relate to issues of emunah with greater depth and clarity... It is by far one of the best things I have read in a very long time."
Rabbi Michel Twerski, Milwaukee, Wis.

"It is the obligation of every Jew to attain absolute certainty as to the Ikarei Emunah (fundamentals of Jewish belief) to the best of his ability... I would strongly recommend that every English-speaking ben Torah find the time to read the book and be sure - as never before - of there being no logical alternative to the Ikarei Emunah."
Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits, Rosh Kollel, Jerusalem Kollel

"An important book which pulls the rug out from under atheistic philosophies and will strengthen every reader's belief in the Creator."
Rabbi Aharon Feldman, Rosh Hayeshiva, Ner Yisroel, Baltimore, Md.

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AuthorMoshe Averick
PublisherMosaica Press
Number of pages288
Item #7357
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.331000 lbs.
Customer Reviews
  1. Excellent, thoughtful, and entertaining
    This book presents a modern view that God does exist. It states at the beginning that it will argue that monotheism (not necessarily from either of the monotheistic faiths, though there are a few references to Judaism as part of his evidence) is real and correct. The author discusses at length that a monotheistic force created the universe, life, and is the same force that created the morality we are supposed to live by. It is NOT didactic and has a certain entertaining lightness that would appeal to someone who is interested in the debate. However, he does rip apart the arguments of well-known atheists, and the conflict between Science and Religion runs throughout. Drags in a few places but the majority of the text is very interesting and illuminating for sure. READ IT!

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