Believing in God; Reason and Religious Beliefby Patrick J. McGrath
Is it reasonable to believe in God even though there is no satisfactory, argument for God's existence? Is it possible to reconcile the suffering that human beings and animals experience with the existence of a loving creator? Do miracles happen? Are there good grounds for believing that Jesus rose from the dead? Does it make sense to say that the Pope is infallible on questions of faith and morals? Is the Catholic Church's stance on divorce inconsistent? These are some of the issues that are discussed in Believing in God.
Throughout this book the author subjects the claims of religious faith to the scrutiny of reason. The result is a contribution to the philosophy of religion that is designed not only for the scholar, but for everyone who takes religious belief seriously.
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