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God (ATM) [Paperback]

Mark Vernon
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Review

One of the most thoughtful, accessible and lucid popular philosophers writing today. (Julian Baggini, Editor of The Philosopher's Magazine)

He defends ambiguity and undecidability with an almost Evangelical zeal. And because he writes with such a delicate blend of deft coolness on the one hand, and fervour on the other, many are likely to be both enchanted and persuaded by his apologetics. (Church Times on After Atheist)

Mark Vernon has an unparallelled ability to convey profound philosophical ideas in a manner that is both accessible and personal but also rigorous and challenging. Behind the friendly, humorous writing is an acute sense of what is truly relevant to us today. (Raymond Tallis, author of The Kingdom of Infinite Space)

A light-footed scoot through theologies both ancient and (post)modern. (Steven Poole, The Guardian)

A very informative and useful little book. (Church Times)

Very accessible and readable. (The Tablet)

Book Description

All that matters about God. 'All That Matters' is an exciting new series from Hodder, with authors that matter writing about subjects that matter.

About the Author

Mark Vernon (London, England) is one of the UK's leading popular philosophers. He has written a number of successful books, including most recently 'How to Be an Agnostic'. His writing appears regularly in the Guardian and the Evening Standard, and he is a well-known figure on the literary festival circuit as both an interviewer and an guest. He has PhD's in both theology and philosophy (from Oxford and Durham). He is a founder of the School of Life, based in London.
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