Critiques of God: making the case against belief in God

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Prometheus Books, Mar 1, 1997 - Religion - 371 pages
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Leading scholars critically evaluate belief in God, the arguments for God's existence, the validity of mystical experience, and the importance of the God concept for the development of morality and meaning in life.

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While some of the essays are timeless others show their age. On balance though, a worthwhile read. Read full review

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This book is a must have for atheist. Very good critique of all those f**k'n morons that still believe the bible was written by the hand of god! Read full review

Contents

PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS OF ATHEISM
3
MODERN KNOWLEDGE AND THE CONCEPT
21
ARGUMENTS FOR GODS EXISTENCE
22
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Peter A. Angeles received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Columbia University, New York. He has taught philosophy at the University of Western Ontario, Canada; Albert Schweitzer College, Switzerland; the University of California at Santa Barbara; and in Arizona taught at Northern Arizona University, Yavapai College, Mesa College, Scottsdale College, and the University of Phoenix. He is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Santa Barbara City College, where he taught and was Chairperson of the Department of Philosophy from 1970 to his early retirement in 1990. He is the author of an Introduction to Sentential Logic; the Possible Dream: Toward Understanding the Black Experience; The Problem of God and Critiques of God (ed.); Dictionary of Christian Theology; When Blind eyes Pierce the Darkness; and numerous articles in scholarly journals.

He is currently living in Santa Barbara, California and writing a Dictionary of World Religions and a Dictionary of Philosophic Concepts for College Students and another series of 52 half-hour weekly children's stories for his radio show The Children's Story Time; and is writing and producing more of his one-act plays.

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