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God and the Reach of Reason: C. S. Lewis, David Hume, and Bertrand Russell Paperback – November 15, 2007
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"Clear, precise, insightful, and philosophically rigorous...Anyone with an interest in the philosophical merits of the theistic arguments given by Lewis will profit from carefully reading God and the Reach of Reason." --Philosophia Christi
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One area where I might have taken an additional step that Wielenberg has not taken is to suggest that, far from being the near-tie that he portrays the debate between theism and atheism being, the very fact that God's existence is so arguable is a perhaps deciding factor in favor of atheism. If, as Lewis maintains, God wishes to make himself known to us and our ultimate happiness depends on a relationship with Him (to the extent that God will use severe pain as his "megaphone" to get our attention), why is this same God so coy? The fact that such a conversation is possible, and that upon final reflection, while theism remains a bare possibility, atheism has the better arguments, IN ITSELF seems to argue strongly against a personal God.Read more ›
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