Adrian B

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There Is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Ath&hellip by Antony Flew
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I am really only reviewing to counter the other disgraceful accusations on these pages that Flew was not the author of this book. As Flew, shortly after publishing this book, appeared on platform defending these views and wrote articles and conducted interviews explaining them, there can be no doubt that Flew moved to a deist view before he died.

This book is thoughtful and takes the reader through Flew's intellectual journey. Particularly interesting is his reassessment of some of his old arguments for atheism in the light of his new belief.
Does God Exist?: The Debate Between Theists and At&hellip by J. P. Moreland
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This is quite simply essential reading for anyone interested in the debate about God's existence. Indeed if certain recent contributors to the God debate had bothered to read it their books would have been immeasurably enhanced.

This book is worth buying simply for Peter Kreeft's masterful introduction to the debate. He comprehensively and fairly outlines the issues at hand, the approaches of the contributors, and the importance of the question. He also conclusively demonstrates that belief in God and non-belief in God are BOTH rational hypotheses which require defending - neither side has a monopoly on "rationality" (or irrationality for that matter).

Secondly this… Read more
The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence&hellip by Francis Collins
19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
How refreshing to read a book by a scientist about faith in God which is totally free of the hyperbole, intemperance and aggression of other recent publications! Collins frames his proposals with humility and his criticisms with care and respect - if only all contributions to the God debate could be written in a similarly gracious manner (whether by theist or atheist) we'd all be better off - and more light than heat would be generated.

This book is extremely valuable for two important reasons.

First, Collins is an extremely eminent scientist. As director of the Human Genome Project, Collins is possibly one the most respected scientists in the world and he is also… Read more

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