If you want to “always be ready to give an answer” for the hope that you have (1 Pet. 3:15), then we want to help you! And there’s no better way we know of than by reading, watching and discussing I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist. We’ll take you through a logical progression of evidence to turn you into a Super Apologetic Genius! Yes, the pace is fast and you'll have to wrestle with hard questions, but we’ll have fun along the way too! The end result will be a you who is more confident in your own beliefs and more comfortable and prepared to talk with others about theirs.
To help you choose the material that will best help in your study please read the following and look at the complete item descriptions.
The BOOK I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist was written by Christian apologists Norman Geisler and Frank Turek, who have been on the front line of apologetic arguments and have spoken and debated extensively on university and college campuses. Using their experience, they put together a 12-point progressive line of reasoning and evidence for theism and Christianity. In simple terms and with well-documented sources solid arguments are presented and opposing views from atheists and secularists are given and explained.
The CURRICULUM I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist is a complete course with questions, assignments and tests used by Christian Schools, HomeSchools, and those looking for a deep study of Apologetics. It is based on and requires the reading of the book I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist.
The DVD SET WhyI still Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist was not created as part of the curriculum above. It may be used as a stand-alone set without the book, workbook or curriculum. However. the majority of the curriculum users get the DVDs because the visual element reinforces the material and they enjoy Frank’s energetic teaching style. The sessions do not provide a one-to-one correlation with the curriculum lessons (see the guide below.) The DVDs were recorded in 12 @ 35 minute “class sized” segments. To do this some content sections (compared to the curriculum and book) were shortened, others lengthened and some material not included in the video presentation. This allowed Frank time to address a couple of points that he constantly gets questions on when giving the presentation himself that were not part of the curriculum or book (i.e. creation/evolution).
The WORKBOOK was created to be used with the DVD set above. It is intended to guide further study and discussion. It is neither as deep a study as the curriculum nor does it require the reading of the book.
It may be helpful to compare the first chapter of the curriculum and workbook to determine which better fits your needs:
The chart below shows how each of these individual items may be used together.