Critiques of God: making the case against belief in God
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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PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS OF ATHEISM
MODERN KNOWLEDGE AND THE CONCEPT
ARGUMENTS FOR GODS EXISTENCE
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A. N. Whitehead agnosticism answer argued argument from design assertion atheists attitude authoritarian believe Bertrand Russell causal cause chess Christian claim concept concerned conclusion cosmological argument created creatures criterion death divine doctrine earth entropy Ernest Nagel eternal ethical evidence existence explanation fact faith feeling force God's human hypothesis Ibid idea ideal immortality ineffable infinite series intellectual intelligence J. J. C. Smart justify kind knowledge laws living logically man's matter means ment merely mind moral evil mystical experience object omnibenevolent omnipotent origin pain person phenomena Philosophy physical evil possible principle probability problem problem of evil Professor proof Psychoanalysis psychology purpose question rational reality reason religion religious experience scientific sense simply statement supernatural suppose teleological theism theistic theologians theology theory things thought tion true truth understand universe virtue word world picture worthy of worship