Sophia 51 (1):59-70 (2012)

Travis Dumsday
Concordia University of Edmonton
Drawing on principles relating to the duty of easy rescue, I argue that any atheist who is less than wholly certain of the non-existence of a God or gods will in some circumstances be morally obliged to pray.
Keywords Atheism  Atheists  Agnosticism  God  Prayer
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DOI 10.1007/s11841-011-0268-y
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