More Blurbs for "The Case Against Miracles"

This anthology is scheduled to come out in the Fall. You can see the contents here.

----"The Case Against Miracles is the most important anthology to ever be written about miracles." By Peter Boghossian, author of A Manual for Creating Atheists and How to Have Impossible Conversations.

----"John Loftus’ The Case Against Miracles is a must read for anyone who truly and honestly wonders whether a miracle has ever occurred. Especially useful is its treatment of Craig Keener and his reports of the miraculous. Not only is the speciousness of Keener’s stories exposed, and the myriad faults of his investigate approach laid bare, but the details of how investigation into the miraculous must be approached is clearly articulated. One realizes what a monumental task it is, and how inadequate every report of the miraculous has been to date." By David Kyle Johnson, Ph.D, author of The Great Courses’ “The Big Questions of Philosophy”

----"Every John W. Loftus book is a must-read; he continues to assemble some of the finest and most insightful minds in contemporary counter-apologetics. Putting biblical miracle claims (and other shaky supports propping up the faith) under the magnifying lens, it weighs the evidence and finds them wanting. The Case Against Miracles is a superb resource and a handy field guide for any one forced to traipse through the treacherous jungles of the miraculous." By David Fitzgerald, author of Nailed, Jesus: Mything in Action and The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion series.