Mentioned in The Blade -- TK Barger The Blade A readable little book on philosophical arguments for and against God. The tone is much more temperate than that of some recent atheistic writers. It sets out a clear definition of God, and examines most of the main arguments for and against God. It is by a good philosopher, and sets out very clearly the sorts of arguments you will hear in the analytical philosophical tradition of most British universities. If you want to know and think about those arguments, this is a good book to help you to do so ... Readers will find here a very good example of clear, considered thought. -- Canon Keith Ward, Emeritus Regius Professor of Divinity, Oxford University Church Times Cox writes that faith in God is not logical, but it can be beneficial to live as if God exists. It gives purpose and meaning and helps people to ground their ethics in this foundation. One can realize the uncertainty of God's existence and yet derive benefit from choosing belief. -- Terry Maksymowych Catholic Library World
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has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Birmingham, UK, where he is also an Honorary Research Fellow.