Antony Flew’s new book

Philosopher Antony Flew has a new book out titled There Is A God: How the World’s Most Notorious Atheist Changed His Mind.

But what’s interesting is that he didn’t write it–Christian apologist Roy Abraham Varghese did.

Today’s New York Times has the fascinating and disturbing story about how some evangelical Christians have exploited an aging man’s loss of memory and critical thinking capacity to make him the basis of a fallacious argument from authority in support of their views.

UPDATE (November 8, 2007): Richard Carrier, who was quoted in the New York Times story, has given more information at his blog.

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