What Would America Look Like Without Belief in God? Better or Worse? Don't Miss "The Grace Effect: How the Power of One Life Can Reverse the Corruption of Unbelief"

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Author and Historian, Larry Taunton, presents The Grace Effect, the story of the transforming power of grace. Over the past decade, Larry Taunton, Executive Director of the Fixed Point Foundation, has been exploring the question regarding the effect of Christianity on society with some of the world’s most outspoken atheists and agnostics: Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Peter Singer and Bart Ehrman among others. He has chaired their symposia, moderated their debates, and, in 2010, even debated Christopher Hitchens on this topic. Christianity, they say, gives society nothing that it cannot do without.

Larry Taunton and Fixed Point Foundation announce the release of The Grace Effect. In The Grace Effect, Taunton tells of his personal relationships and interactions with these men and reveals to us what their theories look like when they are taken seriously. The Grace Effect is Taunton’s journey from the Ivory Towers of some of our most prestigious universities to the flesh and blood world of Eastern Europe’s forgotten children. We listen in as Taunton and Hitchens take a road trip together and discuss the pros and cons of Christian belief; we hear Dawkins declare the meaninglessness of human existence; and we see how one’s view on these questions has profound political implications.

The Grace Effect is a powerful and provocative reexamination of America and the direction it may be headed. Along the way, we come face to face with people whose lives have been shaped by social and political theorists whom they have never met. Take this journey of hope and discovery and meet the child who shamed the academic elites of our day.

The Grace Effect is available now anywhere books and e-books are sold. Don’t miss this remarkable story.


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