Christian thoughts and apologetics class

3 page paper on Richard Dawkins essay titled Why There Almost Certainly is no God1. What is the primary argument of the essay? What is Dawkins attacking about religion? 2. What is the reasoning process and evidence that is used to support the argument? 3. Are there any flaws in the presentation of the arguments? Discuss 4. Stage your own counter-argument, using the apologetics tools to support your position.

Christian thoughts and apologetics class

view the film The Root of All Evilstarring Richard Dawkins (available online) Describe in 2-3 paragraphs the basic plotline/structure/argument of the film. Analyze the arguments or ideas presented and answer each of the following questions in 1 or 2 paragraphs. a)Looking at the film objectively, where does it appear to be saying correct or useful things? Expound these aspects of the film, analyzing how the Christian church can learn from them. b)Where is the film weakest in argumentation? Be thorough in your discussion here. Use the apologetics tools as a way of engaging incorrect or illogical points made by the film. c)What was especially impactful to you about the film? Why?