Inspired by New Film, Author Mike Robinson Shows World Proof of the Almighty’s Existence in “God’s Not Dead: Many Proofs for the Christian Faith”

Dallas, Texas, March 20, 2014 – Pop-up congregations known as “atheist mega-churches” are springing up across the United States, and a recent Gallup poll found that now 13% of the world’s population are atheists. Confronted with these statistics, a new film, God’s Not Dead is making its way to theaters this week. Author Mike Robinson was inspired by the movie to write a guide to why individuals should believe in God and Christianity. In God’s Not Dead: Many Proofs for the Christian Faith, Robinson addresses key concerns of those who are atheists and skeptics.

God’s Not Dead is a discussion on Christianity, and features a breakdown of complex intellectual issues to make it accessible for all. Robinson is an accomplished author of multiple titles on apologetics, and in his new volume, he draws from philosophy, science, history and logic to present his arguments. Robinson posits questions from nonbelievers, and addresses key questions of nonbelief, including:

●        Does God exist?

●        What are the reasons to believe in the Resurrection of Christ?

●        If life has a purpose, how do I find meaning in my life?

●        How can the believer answer the problem of evil?

●        How is Jesus Christ unique?

God’s Not Dead is a book for both unbelievers, and individuals who want to affirm their faith to those who don’t believe, and have concrete why they should trust in the existence of God.

Robinson is the author of several books addresses faith, including Lying: The Case Against Dishonesty, Killing Christ: Contesting Trendy Critics Regarding The Death and Resurrection of Jesus and The Necessary Existence of God: The Proof of Christianity Through Presuppositional Apologetics. His books are now available on Smashwords and For more information and to see a full listing of Robinson’s work, please visit

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