Not knowing what this book would be about, I was a bit hesitant to jump right in to reading it. But it was recommended by a trusted friend, who proved to be right on how much I’d be able to relate to the content of the book.
Twilight of Atheism traces the timeline and geography of atheism that has encompassed different parts of the world. His style of writing makes what could be a boring subject into a riveting one. My mind soaked up his arguments and explanations like a sponge. The history contained within this book is rich–I learned new things about things that I (wrongly) thought I already knew much about. I come away from reading it humbled by how little I know about the history of Christianity and other world religions.
I also found several sections of the book to be “autobiographical” to me. In other words, I could see myself in several paragraphs. Alliston Mcgraff, the author, shared his story of how he came to be believer, echoing much of my own story. I saw myself on many pages of this book.
Easy to read, but challenging enough to cause one to review history lessons they may have long forgotten, and put together pieces of history that may not have seemed to have a connection, only to find out that they are connected in much deeper fashion. I would agree with the author that this is the twilight of atheism.
I would highly recommend this book. You can purchase by clicking on the picture of the book below.