In the following series, I'll be posting my notes on selected bits from The Agnostic Inquirer by Sandra Menssen and Thomas Dullivan. This book is part of the reading I am undertaking in my quest for the truth about god, heavily inspired by the Ultimate Truth-Seeker Challenge (Easy Version) from Common Sense Atheism.
This book was recommended by a friend, and I finally finished it a couple of months ago. It was a heck of a read. Laborious, tedious, and filled with some of the most tentative language I've run across in any apologetics book or blog thus far ("we might just find that," "it seems to us that," "one could possibly conclude that," etc.). I won't cover the whole book, which is highly organized into sections, but just a few areas of interest. These are two professors from my own university; perhaps we'll dialog in person sometime! Here are the posts in this series: