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A brain challenge,
This review is from: God is Great, God is Good (Paperback)
For those who think all religious believers lack intellectual thinking, this book will be an eye-opener. Be warned, though - this is not an easy read and a degree of knowledge of philosophy, science and theology are required to take in the full impact of the content. Contributors are scholars of some merit and give a sound rationale for religious belief. It is, of course, impossible to prove the existence of God but the case for the possibility (and some would argue the probability) of God's existence is well known amongst philosophers.
Richard Dawkins is a good scientist but a poor philosopher and some of the weaknesses of his arguments in 'The God Delusion' are examined in this book. However, the issues tackled go much wider than Dawkin's arguments and show that challenging critical thinking and religious belief are not incompatible.
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Initial post: 18 Mar 2012 18:23:43 GMT
Kriss Mascard says:
Thank you for quite a brief, but very cogent review. Told me what I needed to know.
Posted on 14 May 2013 12:46:03 BDT
Captain Pang says:
i have an invisible cat on my lap and i am stroking it, prove to me i am lieing, all you need is a little faith to believe and bam your an idiot
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