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Nov 17, Emma rated it liked it Recommends it for: But that’s probably way over any atheists head – but fun to think about on their deathbeds. Now enjoy your joyful atheism. It is short, elegant with a sometimes humorous angle. I didn’t understand the logic in it. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
I think this was a great intro book to read for the beginning atheist is there such a thing? However, for the most part, this concise text evaluates and debunks not always successfully most of the arguments for the existence of God.
Nothing in this book I didn’t already embrace, I mean. The most telling chapter was the last – Athiests, Agnostics, and “Brights”.
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Aug 04, Jim Razinha rated it it was amazing. But, anyone interested in a mathematical glean on the proofs irreligon god could benefit from this book. Tusquets June 1, Language: A less than original but concise and approachable summary of rebuttals to arguments for the existence of god.
Paulos makes some assumptions about his arguments: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. But after reviewing I realize that most of these arguments are really NOT worth discussing.
And mentioning irrligion Da Vinci Code is just pure comedy in any serious religious discussion. The discussions are quick, to the point, and effective.
Irreligion: A Mathematician Explains Why the Arguments for God Just Don’t Add Up
Showing of 1 reviews. Mathematician and bestselling author John Allen Paulos thinks not. Jan 31, Kokelector rated it really liked it.
Just getting started Is this guy just another nerd who had his girlfriend stolen by some buffed up religious guy? On pagePaulos calls the belief that God is Love “equivocating” and not persuasive, but offers no explanation for this beyond making fun of the syllogism, “God is love, irreliion is blind, my uncle is blind, therefore my uncle is God.
By definition, any statement about the world, in particular any statement about what does or does not exist, is an empirical statement, not an analytic statement. For some unknowable reason, when you give a negative review to a book, Goodreads goes ahead and recommends more of them. For example, Euclidean geometry tells us nothing about the actual geometry of the universe that we inhabit.
Near the end of ‘Irreligion’ he gets more serious in arguing for acceptance of atheists as an increasingly necessary form of tolerance akin to that being won by ethnic, racial, gender-identity, and indeed religious minorities. The arguments are well laid out, but they are not new arguments. Interspersed among his twelve counterarguments are remarks on a variety of irreligious themes, ranging from the nature of miracles and creationist probability to cognitive illusions and prudential wagers.
Jul 10, Jerrod rated it really liked it Recommends it for: He’s thorough in his debunking of ‘God Exist’ arguments without being arrogant. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription.
Books of any genre written by atheists and agnostics? But to deliberately set out to destroy a system of faith from which many draw comfort and assurance is beyond mean-spirited.