Why There Almost Certainly is a God: Doubting Dawkins

Lion Hudson, 2008 - 159 pagina's
"One of Britain's leading philosopher--theologians, Keith Ward is at home in the world of philosophy: a world of clear definitins, sharp arguments and diverse conclusions. By contrast, when Dawkins enters this world his passion tends to get the better of him: he descends into sterotyping, pastiche and mockery, no longer approaching things with his uusual seriousness and care. In this stimulating and thought-provking philosophical challenge, Ward demonstrates not only how Dawkins' arguments are flawed, but also that a perfectly rational case can be made that there is, almost certainly, a God." -- Back cover.

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Gebruikersrecensie  - mikeblyth - LibraryThing

This book, written in an conversational, low-key and interesting style, attempts to refute the main arguments in Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion and to show that “the God hypothesis” is reasonable ... Volledige review lezen

Gebruikersrecensie  - Sandy - Christianbook.com

I read this book because I wanted to understand why a clearly intelligent person like Dr. Dawkins would reject the possibility of God. Ive read that while we dont choose when or where we are born, if ... Volledige review lezen

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