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5.0 out of 5 stars If you dont believe in God, read this., 17 Jan. 2002
This review is from: God, Reason and Theistic Proofs (Reason & Religion) (Reason and Religion) (Paperback)
A truly excellent work. At one time I was an atheist doing A-Level philosophy. I had to read this book as part of my studies. I tried to resist his logic, but in the end I was convinced that God does indeed exist and that it can be rationally demonstrated.
This book is undoubtedly the best text-book on the Classic arguments for God's existence. He shows that each of them is highly logical and succeeds to some degree. Davis even manages to rescue the much despised Ontological Argument. The book also looks into the epistemelogical background of the proofs. I particularly found helpful his chapter on Reformed Epistemenology, which argues that the proofs are compatible with this philosophy.
My only complaint is that he is that he fails to recognise the value of Malcome's re-statement of the Ontological Argument.
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