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An Enlightened Philosophy: Can an Atheist Believe Anything? by [Crocker, Geoff]
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Geoff Crocker seeks to steer a pathway between traditional theistic religion and other non-rationalistic approaches whilst refusing to settle for the nihilism and amorality implicit in much postmodern culture and thought. He sees usefulness in classical religious myths to augment a pure rationalism, providing enrichment and sustenance to the human search for value and ethics. His criticisms of the Church may be bruising for some Christians to read, but his argument also cuts in an opposite direction to challenge a value-free postmodernism or neo-rationalism and their application in 'the Market' and popular attitudes to moral discourse. Here is a new and clear voice in popular philosophy which deserves a hearing by religious and non-religious readers seeking to make sense of our world today. --(Paul Roberts,Dean of Non-residential Training, St Michael's College, Llandaff, Cardiff)

Geoff Crocker brings a fresh voice to the God debate, arguing that Biblical mythology and critical thinking need not be enemies. Eloquent and persuasive --(David Boulton,Author of The Trouble with God and Who on Earth was Jesus?)

Geoff Crocker brings a fresh voice to the God debate, arguing that Biblical mythology and critical thinking need not be enemies. Eloquent and persuasive --(David Boulton,Author of The Trouble with God and Who on Earth was Jesus?)

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Geoff Crocker studied economics and philosophy, and has worked extensively advising multinational clients on industrial strategy. He speaks at international conferences on issues of faith and values. He lives in the UK.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Publisher: John Hunt Publishing (25 Mar. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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