One of the more interesting and compelling books in the field of non-Christian apologetics was written by former atheist* Antony Flew, one of the leading atheist philosophers* of the 20th century.
In May of 2004, Antony announced that he now accepted the existence of God based upon the “world picture” that had emerged from modern science: (1) that the universe was brought into existence by an infinite Intelligence; (2) that this universe’s intricate laws manifest what scientists have called “the Mind of God;” and (3) that life and reproduction originate in a divine Source.
There are many fine arguments that Antony makes in There is a God: how the world’s most notorious atheist changed his mind (2007); foremost and most compelling were that:
On a final note, in appendix B, Antony has a dialogue on Jesus with N. T. Wright. Despite this winsome witness of N. T. Wright, Antony remained a mortalist* and deist*. If you are interested in compelling arguments from a non-Christian author, this is a very special work from a very influential, former atheist and is worthy of your review and reflection.