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A mathematician considers a dozen of the classic arguments in favor of the existence of God, devoting a full chapter to each, and striving to render them accessible to the modern reader--even when he finds them logically inconsistent. John Allen Paulos also offers his own commentary on topics and issues that strike him while considering many of the arguments, making this a sometimes stimulating, sometimes a tad irreverent, excursion into the religious realm.
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ISBN-13:  978-1400106301
Author:  John Allen Paulos
Genre:  Religion
Publisher:  Tantor Media Inc
Date Published:  February 01, 2008
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Pros: It's a logical argument which is actually convincing!     Cons: Sam Harris is blurbed on the back! That damages credibility right off     The Bottom Line: Beware of gods and pop atheists!     I don't buy into the logical arguments against the existance of a god. As I've stated on other reviews, the may work for disproving some gods. But when it comes to disproving the Abrahamic god or just a large, general, all-powerful being, they …
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