A Case for the Existence of God

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Oct 17, 2008 - Religion - 264 pages
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Some of the brightest scientific minds of our time, from Albert Einstein to Stephen Hawking, have made incredible insights into the earliest origins of the universe, but have failed to ultimately discover why there is something rather than nothing—why we exist. In A Case for the Existence of God, Dean L. Overman examines the latest theories about the origins of the universe and explains why even the most sophisticated science can only take us so far. Ultimately we must make a leap of faith to understand the world, and Overman argues that a leap into theism provides the most satisfying conclusions.

Overman explores fundamental questions about why our world exists and how it functions, using principles of logic, physics, and theology. In a time when religion and science are often portrayed as diametrically opposed, A Case for the Existence of God presents a refreshing view of the interplay between science and religion and makes a compelling case for the existence of God and his role in our world.

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If it is not quite evident yet from my reviews, religion and theology are two topics of great interest to me. I have no formal training in either area, however, I do have a strong interest in these ... Read full review

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This is a lucid, well-reasoned, and thought provoking treatise that would be of interest to anyone with a penchant for meticulous philosophical and religious arguments that address the big questions ... Read full review

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Dean L. Overman is former senior partner of the international law firm Winston & Strawn. A former Templeton scholar at Oxford University in the fields of information theory, physics, and religion, he has also studied theology at Princeton Theological Seminary and was a visiting scholar at Harvard University. He is the author of A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization.

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