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How to Think about God: A Guide for the 20th-Century Pagan : One Who Does Not Worship the God of Christians, Jews, or Muslims, Irreligious Persons

How to Think about God: A Guide for the 20th-Century Pagan : One Who Does Not Worship the God of Christians, Jews, or Muslims, Irreligious Persons

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By (author) Mortimer J. Adler

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  • Publisher: Collier Paperbacks,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 188 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm x 10mm | 246g
  • Publication date: 16 July 1991
  • Publication City/Country: New York, NY
  • ISBN 10: 0020160224
  • ISBN 13: 9780020160229
  • Edition statement: Reprinted edition
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 485,851

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Dr. Adler, in his discussion, extends and modernizes the argument for the existence of God developed by Aristotle and Aquinas. Without relying on faith, mysticism, or science (none of which, according to Dr. Adler, can prove or disprove the existence of God), he uses a rationalist argument to lead the reader to a point where he or she can see that the existence of God is not necessarily dependent upon a suspension of disbelief. Dr. Adler provides a nondogmatic exposition of the principles behind the belief that God, or some other supernatural cause, has to exist in some form. Through concise and lucid arguments, Dr. Adler shapes a highly emotional and often erratic conception of God into a credible and understandable concept for the lay person.

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Dr. Adler, in his discussion, extends and modernizes the argument for the existence of God developed by Aristotle and Aquinas. Without relying on faith, mysticism, or science (none of which, according to Dr. Adler, can prove or disprove the existence of God), he uses a rationalist argument to lead the reader to a point where he or she can see that the existence of God is not necessarily dependent upon a suspension of disbelief. Dr. Adler provides a nondogmatic exposition of the principles behind the belief that God, or some other supernatural cause, has to exist in some form. Through concise and lucid arguments, Dr. Adler shapes a highly emotional and often erratic conception of God into a credible and understandable concept for the lay person.