'Aimed primarily at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in philosophy ... The Existence of God, though, is welcome confirmation that philosophical sophistication is not incompatible with clarity and sheer, bracing good sense.' - New Humanist
'This is a fine discussion of some of the central problems in the philosophy of religion ... a very considerable achievement, which clearly and provocatively gives new life to some ancient issues.' - Ars Disputandi
'A brilliant analysis of the arguments for and against the existence of God. Although written primarily as a textbook, the clarity of exposition makes it ideal as a primer for any reader who really wants to get to grips with the issues.' - The Scientific and Medical Network
'The Non-Existence of God, though, is welcome confirmation that philosophical sophistication is not incompatible with clarity and sheer, bracing good sense.' - New Humanist
' ... this is a lively and thought-provoking book which genuinely brings fresh insights.' - Theology
' ... provides a comprehensive overview of most strands in what has become a complex debate. Issues of epistemology are covered sensibly and the main theistic arguments are criticised probingly. This makes it a useful introductory text for students or the (dedicated) layperson.' - The Philosophers' Magazine
About the Author
Nicholas Everitt is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of East Anglia, UK. He is the co-author of Modern Epistemology (1995).