There Is a God (Google eBook)
In one of the biggest religion news stories of the new millennium, the Associated Press announced that Professor Antony Flew, the world's leading atheist, now believes in God.
Flew is a pioneer for modern atheism. His famous paper, Theology and Falsification, was first presented at a meeting of the Oxford Socratic Club chaired by C. S. Lewis and went on to become the most widely reprinted philosophical publication of the last five decades. Flew earned his fame by arguing that one should presuppose atheism until evidence of a God surfaces. He now believes that such evidence exists, and There Is a God chronicles his journey from staunch atheism to believer.
For the first time, this book will present a detailed and fascinating account of Flew's riveting decision to revoke his previous beliefs and argue for the existence of God. Ever since Flew's announcement, there has been great debate among atheists and believers alike about what exactly this "conversion" means. There Is a God will finally put this debate to rest.
This is a story of a brilliant mind and reasoned thinker, and where his lifelong intellectual pursuit eventually led him: belief in God as designer.
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Review: There Is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Atheist Changed His MindUser Review - Max Evans - Goodreads
This is a book that I found out about while reading the book "Signature in the Cell". Of course I'd heard of the amazing conversion of Dr. Antony Flew, a world famous atheist to theism as he describes ... Read full review
Review: There Is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Atheist Changed His MindUser Review - David Kleppe - Goodreads
When a top-notch Oxford professor of philosophy who was an atheist decides there is evidence for an omnipotent creator, he explains the conceptual challenge of belief in a willful divine mind making ... Read full review
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A Pilgrimage of Reason
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Finding Space for God
Open to Omnipotence