An Atheist Defends Religion: Why Humanity Is Better Off with Religion Than Without It

An Atheist Defends Religion: Why Humanity Is Better Off with Religion Than Without It

Bruce Sheiman


A new perspective.

Defending faith as a cultural establishment within the face of resurgent atheistic notion. for hundreds of years, the theism-atheism debate has been ruled by means of positions: stringent believers devoted to the "yes, there's a God" argument, and atheists vehemently pushed to repudiate not just God, but additionally faith as a cultural establishment. up to now, this can be the 1st and in basic terms mainstream publication within which a nonbeliever criticizes atheism and affirms faith. An Atheist Defends faith persuasively argues that faith is overwhelmingly valuable for humanity, whether God exists, in keeping with a brand new paradigm of 10 affirmative dimensions that make up non secular adventure. It additionally places to leisure the idea that faith is at the back of many of the world's sectarian violence by way of exhibiting that faith turns into evil while it truly is politicized. Readers will research they don't have to be fundamentalists to be believers, and in regards to the price and merits of faith itself.

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