Can we prove that God does not exist? Franz Kiekeben, a former lecturer in philosophy at Ohio State University, claims that we can. In this radical new defense of atheism, Kiekeben shows, among other things, that the strongest arguments for God's existence fail; that the Bible offers no evidence in support of theism; that morality does not depend on the existence of a creator; and most important and surprising of all, that no gods can possibly exist.
"Franz Kiekeben's book speaks simply yet intelligently to readers who want a good primer for understanding why atheists don't believe. He expertly introduces them to a range of important issues in an easily understandable manner, and that's not an easy task to do. As such, this book fills a very needed gap. It's not so technical that it loses the average reader, nor is it so simple that it becomes simplistic. Well done!" – John W. Loftus, author of Why I Became an Atheist (2012), The Outsider Test for Faith (2013) and How to Defend the Christian Faith (2015)
"A good cumulative case and the correct conclusion... the basic argument... is, to me, incontrovertible." – Jonathan M. S. Pearce, author of Free Will? An investigation into whether we have free will or whether I was always going to write this book (2011), The Little Book of Unholy Questions (2011), The Nativity: A Critical Examination (2012), and The Problem with "God" (2015).