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|The bulk of the book is his 'cumulative case' against Christianity. Here he lays out the philosophical, scientific, and historical reasons that can be raised against Christian belief.|
|This volume will be an interesting read for those skeptical about Christianity, as well as a helpful resource for Christians seeking to articulate a more sophisticated defense of their faith.|
Phil Zuckerman - 2009 - 514 pages
|By this understanding—the understanding of the atheist him/herself and not one |
imposed by theists—atheism is actually quite a common position, even within
religion. ATHEISM, THEISM, AND A-THEISTIC RELIGIONS Before we can
|In A Friendly Dialogue between an Atheist and a Christian, Luis Palau, representing the Christian faith, and Zhao Qizheng, representing atheism, present a composite of recorded dialogues held in China in 2005 between them.|
|Atheist Universe details why God is unnecessary to explain the universe’s diversity, organization and beauty. Using simple, straightforward logic, this book rebuts every argument that claims to “prove” God’s existence.|
|34" just as the theist will view the atheist as having a false belief. But what |
position should the atheist take concerning the rationality of the theist's belief?
There are three major positions an atheist might take, positions which we may
think of as ...
Amarnath Amarasingam - 2010 - 253 pages
|They are religions of idolatry because they are predicated on the God of |
theological theism, rather than the “God-beyond-God” that is the true object of
Christian belief. It is for this reason that Tillich employs atheism as a reaction
against the ...
Michael Martin - 2006
|A more interesting question is whether an atheist in the narrow sense must in all |
consistency oppose any religion that ... Now an atheist could admire the rituals of
a theistic religion on aesthetic grounds without believing that the objects in the ...
|This book utilizes reason, logic, some psychology, and the experiences of someone who has been in several hundred religious debates with believers, mainly those of the Judeo-Christian faiths.|
|pity to deprive people of their religious beliefs, since these gave them solace, and |
he said that he himself regretted not being able to share these beliefs. Now
consider the case of a hypothetical person Mary who believes that if she