John W. Loftus
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|John W. Loftus|
John W. Loftus in 2016
|Alma mater||Great Lakes Christian College|
|Genre||Philosophy of religion|
John W. Loftus is an American author on religious philosophy.[dubious ] He has written seven books and co-authored three others.
Loftus earned a bachelor's degree from Great Lakes Christian College in 1977, an M.A. and M.DiV., from Lincoln Christian University in 1982, and a Masters of Theology degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
He coauthored two books: The Christian Delusion (2010) and The Witness Tree (2011), and authored seven: The End of Christianity (2011), Why I Became an Atheist (2012), The Outsider Test of Faith (2013), Christianity Is Not Great (2014), How to Defend the Christian Faith: Advice from an Atheist (2015), Christianity in the Light of Science (2016), and UnApologetic: Why Philosophy of Religion Must End (2016).
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