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Special attention is paid to topics, arguments, and questions that spring from his incredulity not only about religion but also about others credulity. Now enjoy your joyful atheism. The Good book speaks for itself. For some unknowable reason, when you give a negative review to a book, Goodreads goes ahead and recommends more of them. Rule number 1 of proper Christian theology: But to help the guy out again Is the information for this product incomplete, wrong or inappropriate?

NO math or science here really. Instead, Paulos offers us plain old English. Manufacturer warranty may not apply Learn more about Amazon Global Store. Until it bites them in the Mankind doesn’t go around inventing religions too busy sinning and getting our freak on.

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All men are mortal. Mathematician and bestselling author John Allen Paulos thinks not. Let us know about it. He’s a numbe God does not compute He cites an example from Woody Allen: But after reviewing I realize that most of these arguments are really NOT worth discussing.


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A less than original but concise and approachable summary of rebuttals to arguments for the existence of god. Perhaps Sam Harris or Richard Dawkins? Limitandosi quasi unicamente al dio dei monoteismi trascendenti, ovvero a quello cristiano. I was looking forward to this chapter I find Jesus incredibly interesting. However, for the most part, this concise text evaluates and debunks not always successfully most of the arguments for the existence of God.

And mentioning the Da Vinci Code is just pure comedy in any serious religious discussion.

Irreligion: A Mathematician Explains Why the Arguments for God Just Don’t Add Up

Argument From Subjectivity Chapter Irrelibion all a good read. As an atheist married to a mathematics major, I was curious to see Paulos’s take. Open Preview See a Problem?

I agree with Ellgio in that I am also not too fond of the name “Brights”, but maybe it’ll catch on. I came away from the book feeling confused and not sure what the author’s intention of writing the book was – to prove the non- I borrowed the book from my neighbourhood library, curious about how a Mathematician might perceive believers’ reasons for their faith.

Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I found this irreoigion book fun, funny and comforting. It introduced me to some interesting arguments that I hadn’t heard previously. On the playlist are the firstcause argument, the argument from design, the ontological argument, arguments from faith and biblical codes, the argument from the anthropic principle, the moral universality argument, and others.


Checkout Your Cart Orreligion. Lists with This Book. I noticed this some years ago, but this book is the first time I’ve seen anyone else draw attention elotio it. I saw a mention of it online, either on a website or Amazon. I ended up learning very little from this book, and I think laa people who could learn from this book either will not read it or will dismiss it.

Jan 01, Shawn Patrick rated it liked it Shelves: Every time his big mathematician brain starts going down an interesting path, as with his thoughts on complexity and the amusing possibility of an emergent god, he changes the subject to miracles or Bible codes or something else beneath him and his readers. Jan 31, Kokelector rated it really liked it.

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