This book appraches the reality of spiritual engagement in today's challenging world. Novak engages the thought of prominent contemporary atheists Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, and Daniel Dennett. He describes the struggle to know ourselves and to participate in the life of this world as it plays out for believers and non-believers. Lastly, he defends the Christian worldview by revealing the flaws of secularism.
As Novak states in the Epilogue to this volume, "The main thesis of this book is that atheists and believers in God can and should open civil, reasoned conversations about questions important to each. Who really are we? What may we hope? How ought we to live?"
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I wish the whole book was about no one seeing God