Atheism: The Case Against God (The Skeptic's Bookshelf)

Atheism: The Case Against God (The Skeptic's Bookshelf)

George H. Smith

during this vintage treatise on atheism, George H. Smith units out to demolish what he considers the main frequent and damaging of all of the myths devised via people - the idea that of a splendid being. With painstaking scholarship and rigorous arguments, Mr. Smith examines, dissects, and refutes the myriad "proofs" provided by means of theists - subtle, specialist theologians - in addition to the typical non secular layperson. He explores the old and mental havoc wrought through faith ordinarily and concludes that spiritual trust can't have anywhere within the lifetime of smooth, rational man.

"It isn't my function to transform humans to atheism . . . (but to) exhibit that the idea in God is irrational to the purpose of absurdity. If someone needs to proceed believing in a god, that's his prerogative, yet he can not excuse his trust within the identify of cause and ethical necessity."

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