God, Freedom and Immortality / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Flew considers the great Kantian issues of "God, freedom, and immortality." He takes a new look at the arguments for the existence of God and the question of religious belief, and examines the claim that our lives can have meaning only by assuming the existence of God and human immortality. Throughout, Flew cleaves to the agnostic principle that we ought always to proportion our belief to the evidence.
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About the Author
Antony Flew (1923 - 2010) was an emeritus professor of philosophy at Reading University, England, and the author of God and Philosophy; Atheistic Humanism; God, Freedom, and Immortality; Thinking About Social Thinking; How to Think Straight; and many other books.