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Divinity of doubt : the God question

Author: Vincent Bugliosi
Publisher: New York, NY : Vanguard Press, ©2011.
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A noted attorney turns his sharp logic on both atheists and religious believers, arguing that agnosticism--a skepticism toward religious certainty of all kinds--is the best stance to take when it comes to considering a higher power.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vincent Bugliosi
ISBN: 9781593156299 1593156294 9781593156664 1593156669
OCLC Number: 657595613
Description: xiv, 338 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: God, etc. --
God in court --
The Christian God cannot exist --
Atheism and its current leading prolocutors --
Darwin and evolution --
The intelligence (or lack thereof) of intelligent design, and first cause --
Genesis --
Born-again Christians and their remarkable beliefs --
Jesus died for whom? And for what? --
If Jesus wasn't the Son of God, then who was He? --
The many absurdities of Christianity, and its monstrous god --
The Catholic Church : great, grand, and silly --
If God is all-good, why does He put all of us to death? --
What's so great up there in heaven? --
A brief descent into Hell --
Praying to a tree trunk --
Between morality and religion, who needs whom? --
Hey, look at us, we're just as silly as they are --
The sense and morality of agnosticism --
Bookends. Flushing God out ; Embarrassing God.
Responsibility: Vincent Bugliosi.

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From the" New York Times" bestselling author of "Helter Skelter" comes a provocative book on agnosticism  Read more...

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