Without God: Science, Belief, Morality, and the Meaning of Life (2019) - Zachary Broom
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Without God: Science, Belief, Morality, and the Meaning of Life (2019) - Zachary Broom epub/mobi
Paperback: 346 pages
Publisher: Independently published (22 Aug. 2019)
Skeptics believe we don’t need God to understand reality, and that science and reason hold the keys to building a better world. Faith is blind, and there is no credible evidence for God’s existence—especially the God of the Bible. Therefore, science and religious belief are deeply incompatible, and God is no longer relevant to our modern world.
But if there is no God, how can our lives have any meaning? How can we make sense of good and evil, truth, justice, beauty, rationality, or even science itself? By engaging with popular atheists and skeptics, both new and old, as well as many of Christianity’s most brilliant writers, Zachary Broom examines the question whether God is needed to form a basis of morality or in whether in the absence of the divine everything begins to unravel.
Instead of setting out to “prove” God’s existence, Without God carefully and seriously engages skeptic’s doubts and common arguments against God, making use of philosophy, science, literature, and real-life conversations, as well as the author's own struggles and doubts.
Whether you believe in God or not, you will be challenged to wrestle carefully with life’s most important questions in a way that will lead you to a greater respect for the beliefs of others.
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