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Belief in God


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Introduction The Concept of God 1: Personhood, Transcendence, Immanence 2: Omnipotence, Omniscience, Eternality 3: Perfect Freedom, Perfect Goodness, Necessity 4: Creator of the World, Creator of Value 5: Revealer, Offerer of Everlasting Life The Existence of God 6: Arguing For and Against the Existence of God 7: The Ontological Argument 8: The Argument to Design 9: The Cosmological Argument 10: The Argument from Religious Experience 11: The Argument from Reports of Apparent Miracles 12: The Problem of Evil Faith Conclusion


Anyone working in the analytical tradition of philosophy of religion, at any level, would find something of interest in the book: both as teaching material (I know from experience how much students enjoy some of the experiments), and as a contribution in its own right. Philosophy a lively and engaging introduction to the philosophy of religion...makes some significant contributions to contemporary debates in the subject, and which will provide a great deal of discussion among those working in this field ... his style is contagiously enthusiastic ... Mawson has presented a provocative and stimulating argument concerning the nature and existence of God Brian Clack, Ars Disputandi The conversational and relaxed style, as of a good undergraduate supervision, full of lively illustrations in the form of little parables, appeals. But the discussion moves to a higher level than the commendation suggests, and T.J. Mawson voices interesting and provocative thoughts. Times Literary Supplement

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