By Randal Rauser,Justin Schieber
like all sturdy dialog, this one consists of provocative arguments, fun anecdotes, and a few full of life banter. Rauser and Schieber start with the query of why debates approximately God nonetheless subject. They then delve right into a variety of vital themes: where of cause and religion, the greatly various innovations of God in numerous cultures, morality and its conventional reference to non secular ideals, the matter of a universe that's overwhelmingly antagonistic to lifestyles as we all know it, mathematical truths and what they might or won't say concerning the lifestyles of God, the problem of ache and evil to trust in God, and more.
Refreshingly upbeat and amicable all through, this stimulating dialog among neighbors from opposing issues of view is a perfect advent to a perennial subject of debate.
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An Atheist and a Christian Walk into a Bar: Talking about God, the Universe, and Everything by Randal Rauser,Justin Schieber