God: The Oldest Question

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Loyola Press, 2010 - 208 pagine

Is the existence of God a reasonable premise? In this book, William O'Malley, SJ, examines this critical question and many other related questions with a rare combination of rigorous gravity and irreverent humor. A Jesuit priest and prolific writer, O'Malley delves into the existence of God by looking at modern science, classical philosophy, literature and art, and the religious traditions of East and West. "God: the Oldest Question" provides thoughtful answers for anyone looking to better understand their faith and what it all means.

 

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Indice

TO THE SEEKER
1
THE PATH TO GOD THROUGH ATHEISM
19
A SUSPICION OF TRANSCENDENCE
41
NEBULAE AND NEUTRINOS QUASARS AND QUARKS
51
CROSSING THE ABYSS
69
THE EASTERN FACE
85
THE WESTERN FACE
111
IF ONLY GOD WOULD SHOW US HOW
149
THE EVERYDAY GOD
169
BIBLIOGRAPHY
197
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