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What the community says about The God Who Is There
- "This is one of the most important books regarding philosophy and theology, Christian or otherwise, in the 20th century. Francis Schaeffer shatters the expectation that Christians cannot or will not think, or that Christianity lacks any sort of credible philosophical integrity."
- "I think this book is good for those who feel that they may be pressured by outer society due to their religion. This book gives a very clear understanding of how Christians see God in a way that's informative without being hand-holdy."
- "The best Christian audiobook novels include "The God Who Is There" which explores the religion of Christianity and God. Boasting an average customer rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 68 customer reviews on Amazon, I would strongly recommend this audiobook. "
- "I'm not a Christian, but a lot of my friends are. So I wanted to try and understand their point of view. This book was a horrible way to do that. Music in minor keys is bad? It's below the line of despair? Um, no. I think this book is below the line of despair. "
- "I bought this book for my 15 year old daughter and she found it enjoyable and readable. the author does skim many details but his overall point is revolutionary, and as appropriate today as it was when it was first written. His writing style is clear and easy to follow. He provides a complicated, beautiful source of hope for a generation in search of meaning. I highly recommend this to anyone with serious philosophical questions as to the validity of Christianity."