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A 12 week course
Why I Still Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, Workbook
By: Frank Turek
A teacher's answer book is available.
Good for youth groups, high school classes, Sunday school classes (adult and youth), and small groups that want to learn why it takes a lot more faith to be an Atheist than a Christian!
Format: Spiralbound softcover. 116pp.
Vendor: CrossExamined Press
Publication Date: 2013
We recently had a question about the difference in Frank Turek's workbook and Norman Geisler's guide. You can read the exchange below.
Question: What is the difference between the Why I still don't have enough faith to be an atheist student workbook and the official study guide to I don't have enough faith.? Also what is the difference in the videos? The I still don't ones say updated. What ate the differences from the original I don't have enough faith DVD's?
Response: Way back in time, Dr. Geisler and Frank Turek used to present a seminar titled “12 Points that Show Christianity is True.” From this material they wrote the book “I Don’t Have Enough Evidence to Be an Atheist” which was published while Dr. Turek was still attending seminary. Since then, Dr. Turek has been with the ministry CrossExamined.org. Both he and Dr. Geisler continued to present seminars titled after the book. Due to requests from churches wishing the use his DVDs for Bible Study and Sunday School classes, Dr. Turek re-filmed his seminar in shorter segments that could better be used during typical class periods. He also took advantage of the opportunity to lessen the emphasis on some points that were readily accepted and expound upon points either not in the book or not as thoroughly explained as the audience desired.
I have not seen Dr. Geisler’s guide so I cannot compare the two. I believe his may be based on the book. Dr. Turek’s workbook is based on the DVDs and does not require the reading of the book. A sample of the first lesson can be found at https://impactapologetics.com/content/WISDHEFTBAA_student_workbookfinachapter1samplel.pdf .
If you wish something based on the book, that would be the curriculum – and it is truly a curriculum with tests, quizzes and assignments. A sample of the first lesson can be found at https://impactapologetics.com/content/curriculum_idhef.pdf .
I hope this was helpful!
Posted by terry rathman on 4th Jan 2018
Of course, with Frank's accompanying DVDs, this Workbook greatly enhances the learning experience his lectures and provides a record of the things learned and discussed. The workbook might also motivate people to read the textbook, which the serious student should do anyway. The workbook info 'updates' are valuable to stay abreast of key finds and events that have transpired since the publishing of the classic textbook and previous presentations. The strategic locations of quotable quotes really enhances the excitement of learning the material.
For me, One thing that would really be useful is to sell a reasonably priced copy of the B&W pptx that is easily printed into a B&W handout having either 4 or 6 slides per page. the current elegant pptx that frank uses does not print well with all that color and layering. this proposed handout would further facilitate subsequent discussions (especially questions). perhaps in the future update of the workbook even the slide number could be added to the workbook.
Posted by Andrew on 16th Sep 2014
The workbook accompanies the video/DVD well. The two compliment each other and better allow the material to embed for future use. The workbook will force you to review the material. Believe me, you'll be glad you took the extra time with the 'homework'.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2014
The content is great and the work book offers a chance to look back and revisit the material at a later stage, so it is a good reference. However, it is not organised in a structured way and it does not follow frank`s presenations. I am doing this course with High school students and they get confused when you have to keep flipping the pages to see where Frank is in the presentation so that they can make notes in the appropriate places. It is also very distracting to have to keep finding your place. It would be a very good idea if the work book was rewritten in the correct order of points given in the presentation and then it would be more user freindly. I would also recommend including an extra blank page for each lesson for note taking. I also wish that Frank had made more time to explain more as he kept saying, "well, we dont have time to go into that right now." Another DVD would have been better than to keep hearing that there just isnt time. We have time! So, just make the course longer! Otherwise I would have given it 5 stars.
Posted by terry rathman on 12th Nov 2013
will reconsider changing the 4 to 5 star rating after using the workbook in real training sessions with my students and even myself. The book is a superb progression of taking the seeker from the general revelation to the special revelation through the cross and the event that changed everything, the resurrection. the idea of a workbook is very useful for one just starting out in apologetic evangelism.
Posted by Bill Kendrick on 12th Nov 2013
As with all my purchases from Impact Apologetics I am totally happy with the workbook. It instructs and tests my knowledge. I intend to order more for my church and for a few friends. I have come to expect IDHEF to provide the best instruction materials possible. Once again they have done so. Great work.