Cambridge University Press (2011)

Colin Howson
London School of Economics
Machine generated contents note: Preface; 1. The trouble with God; 2. God unlimited; 3. How to reason if you must; 4. The well-tempered universe; 5. What does it all mean?; 6. Moral equilibrium; 7. What is life without thee?; 8. It necessarily ain't so.
Keywords God Proof  Religion  Science and religion  RELIGION / Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 9780521768351   052118665X   9780521186650   0521768357   9780511812477
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