Fb2 Is There a God? ePub
by Richard Swinburne
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press; First Printing edition (April 11, 1996)|
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Is There a God? book.
Is There a God? book. Richard Swinburne, one of the most distinguished philosophers of religion today, argues that on the contrary, science provides good grounds for belief in God. Why is there a universe at all? Why is there any life on Earth? How is it that discoverable scientific laws operate in the universe? Swinburne uses these methods of scientific reasoning to argue that the best answers to these questions are given by the existence of God. The picture of the universe that science gives us is completed by God.
Richard Swinburne believes that science can actually lead us back to Go.
Richard Swinburne believes that science can actually lead us back to God. A belief in God actually explains everything and answers our deepest questions about life. On the issue of morality Swinburne wrote Moral truths are clearly moral truths, whether or not there is a God: It is surely wrong to torture children for fun whether or not there is a God I must disagree with him on this. If there is no God and man is merely an evolved animal, then man could have evolved to think it was good in some cases to torture children for fun and there wouldn't be any reason that it was wrong if culture accepted it.
Richard Granville Swinburne (/ˈswɪnbɜːrn/; born 26 December 1934) is a British philosopher. He is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford. Over the last 50 years Swinburne has been an influential proponent of philosophical arguments for the existence of God. His philosophical contributions are primarily in the philosophy of religion and philosophy of science
Richard Swinburne is one of the world's foremost Christian philosophers and in "The Resurrection of God Incarnate" he seeks to answer the question of. .
Richard Swinburne is one of the world's foremost Christian philosophers and in "The Resurrection of God Incarnate" he seeks to answer the question of the resurrection of Jesus from the perspective of probability. That's what is said, but the huge majority of the book reads as history. This is not a problem of course, but it does seem to affect the whole of the argument. Swinburne makes the case that if there is a God, He will want to reveal to us the way that we are to live and will do so to fulfill His obligations to us. Now at this point, I do have a problem as I don't think God has any obligations to us until He makes a promise and even then, the obligation is more to His own nature.
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Swinburne Richard (EN). and witheach new discovery or development, it seems that we are closer to a complete understanding of how things are.
Is There a God? offers a powerful response to modern doubts about the existence of God. It may seem today that the answers to all fundamental questions lie in the province of science, and that the scientific advances of the twentieth century leave little room for God.
Handy books on god. Richard Swinburne, Is There a God? (Revised. paperback e. Oxford: OUP, 2010. pp. 144. ISBN: 978-0-19-958043-9). Richard Swinburne, Was Jesus God? (Paperback.
Is There A God - Richard Swinburne Prof
Is There A God - Richard Swinburne Prof.
In Is There a God? Swinburne presents a powerful and approachable case for the existence of Go.
In Is There a God? Swinburne presents a powerful and approachable case for the existence of God. Using the methods of scientific reasoning, Swinburne rigorously argues that science, far from replacing God, provides good grounds for belief in Go. The public thinking about such issues has been influenced by several books by distinguished scientists, among them Richard Dawkins The Blind Watchmaker (1986) and Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time (1988). With the scientific theories advocated in these books I have relatively little quarrel, and can only admire Hawking's depth of physical intuition and Dawkins's clarity of exposition.
The author is one of the most influential figures in modern religious thought.