The Existence of God: Convincing and Converging Arguments

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University Press of America, Dec 8, 2009 - Religion - 129 pages
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The Existence of God is an affirmation of faith in God and a warning of the dangers of a world guided by the religion of atheism. This book warns against a religion based upon chance, deficient science, and deficient atheistic evolution (as opposed to theistic evolution). Modern advances in molecular biology, 'cosmic' mathematics, and the psychology of atheism have vanquished atheism's intellectual and psychological raison d'etre. In one of history's great ironies, the birth of the New Atheism has brought about the beginning of the end of atheism as a legitimate intellectual position."
 

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Contents

I Filling the Emptiness
1
II Cardinal Newmans Argument from Conscience
6
III Ontological Argument Revisited
9
The Five Ways1
11
V Intelligent Design
16
VI Intelligent DesignA Cosmological Look
29
VII Origin of Life Question
34
VIII Consciousness
36
XI Argument from Providence
51
XII Argument from Spiritual Development1
54
XIII Answered Prayers?
59
XIV Argument from Disintegration
61
XV Concluding Remarks
96
The Atheist Personality Disorder
97
A Catholic Perspective
117
Epilogue
119

IX Christpoint Explosion
38
X The Mystery of Miracles
46

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John J. Pasquini is a priest, author, columnist, counselor, and lecturer on topics of systematic, moral and spiritual theology and philosophy. He is the author of over a dozen books including Atheism and Salvation, Secularism, and The Atheist Personality Disorder.

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