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The God Conclusion

Author : Keith Ward
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Discover why …… Plato was not a world-hating totalitarian… Aquinas’s Five Ways are not so bad after all… Kicking stones cannot refute Bishop Berkeley… Schopenhauer was not quite an atheist… and other refreshing new perspectives on spiritual thinking in western philosophy.This entertaining book posits the theory that philosophy, far from being the enemy of religion, has more often than not supported a non-materialist view of the universe. Keith Ward re-examines the works of western philosophy’s greatest thinkers – from Plato and Aquinas to Kant and Hegel – and suggests that the majority accepted ‘the God conclusion’: that there is a supreme spiritual reality which is the cause or underlying nature of the physical cosmos.

The God Conclusion

Author : Charles S. Taylor
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Is God a delusion? Barrister Charles Taylor examines the evidence in this very readable book. His findings will be controversial to some but offer hope and insight to others. We are the only species unable to live in harmony with our environment and each other. The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs is nothing compared with our impact on the Earth. We are currently responsible for “The Sixth Great Extinction” of wildlife. Religious terrorism is widespread, though current atrocities are dwarfed by the bloody record of Christianity. The Middle East is destabilised and to East and West we have Presidents Putin and Trump. So called ‘rational’ thinking and the dominance of our left brains have brought us to the brink of disaster. We need a spiritual revolution allowing individuals to reconnect with their right brain, intuition and spirit. Religions have had their day. They contain key truths, but these truths are usually obscured by manmade rules constructed to gain wealth and power. At the other extreme, materialism denies God, the spirit, free will, consciousness and love. Happily, the facts contradict this dispiriting left brained faith that we are deluded robots stumbling through life.

The God Conclusion

Author : Keith Allen
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The God Conclusion is a chapter-by-chapter rebuttal of the infamous book The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, perhaps the most well-known religion hater of all time. It includes quotes from famous people throughout history, and it references the works of those not afraid to tell the whole truth about the glaring flaws in Darwinism or the Big Bang Theory. The God Conclusion was written to expose the angry atheists of the world for what they really are: charlatans, bullies, and pseudo-scientific frauds who malign and mock everyone religious (but mostly Christians) and treat them as idiots. It is time for the good people to take a stand against these godless terrorists, because turning the other cheek has only encouraged their arrogance. Enough is enough!

The God Conclusion

Author : Anne Rodgers (Healer)
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The God Conclusion

Author : I. W. Brown
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It is an all too familiar path. A young person leaves home for college. He still believes in God and likely believes in the particular faith of his family. Then the deconversion begins. By the time he earns an undergraduate degree not only has he discarded the faith of his family, he has abandoned belief in God altogether. In fact, he looks back at his family and those who continue to believe in wonder. How can they still believe?It is a fact that the more education a person receives the more likely she is to become an atheist. A recent study also found that average intelligence is an excellent predictor of rates of atheism. That is, the higher the intelligence, the higher the rate of non-belief.It is natural to assume that intelligence and education give us a firmer grip on truth. Doesn't it make sense then that the individual who replaces faith with skepticism and disbelief is headed in the right direction? Shouldn't we conclude that this person is drawing closer to truth?Absolutely not!Having abandoned faith himself by the end of graduate school, author IW Brown then spent years examining the very best arguments for and against God's existence. In The God Conclusion: Why Smart People Still Believe, Brown makes a powerful case that the most educated and intellectual among us are often the furthest from the truth about God. They most certainly don't enjoy any advantage over the less educated when striving to understand existence and the transcendent. Vocal advocates of atheism regularly boast that the brainiest among us are non-believers. Contrary to what they would suggest, however, there is no reason to defer to the experts in science, philosophy, or academia when it comes to the God Question.The God Conclusion dispels the notion that intelligence and learning should lead to disbelief. It describes how and why rational, well-informed people still have reason to believe in God. If you or someone you know struggles to maintain faith in God in the face of the wisdom of the world, The God Conclusion is for you!

Chapter Seven

Author : Reginald Piff
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This autobiography written in my nineties includes 37 years RAF service, retirement in Farnborough, Hampshire and a post-death experience from prolonged cardiac arrest, which forms the basis of the book.

The Conclusion of the New Testament

Author : Witness Lee
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The Illusion Is NOT The Conclusion My Victorious Journey

Author : Paulette Ravenel Woodside
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“Choose ye this day whom ye will serve!” We can choose to serve fear or to serve God by having faith in Him. When we begin to worry, we allow doubt to overtake us. Doubt leads to fear, and at this point, we leave the natural fear and embrace the spirit of fear that God has not given us. God has given us His Word, which promises life. He has given us direction in His Word that assures us that He desires for us to be in good health (3 John 1:2); He wants us to trust Him and not doubt; He told us, “If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.” Therefore, instead of embracing fear and putting our faith in the situation the “crippler” has presented us, we need to put our faith and reverence in the God who can heal any situation the crippler has been allowed to bring our way. God suggested that His beloved servant, Job, be tested. Satan needs God’s permission to confront God’s children. The reality is God’s children have the power to take authority over the hands of the enemy, and if he is allowed to touch God’s people, he definitely does not have permission to touch our souls.

Annotated Summary of Lord Bacon s two books of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning etc

Author : John HUNTER (Principal of Uxbridge School.)
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Addresses delivered at the Opening and Conclusion of the General Assembly of the Free church of Scotland May 22 and June 3 1851 Together with the Addresses to the Deputations from Evangelical Churches

Author : Alexander Duff
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The God Relationship

Author : Paul K. Moser
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Paul Moser proposes a new approach to inquiry about God, including a new discipline of the ethics for such inquiry.

A Foregone Conclusion

Author : William Dean Howells
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The Whole Works of John Bunyan

Author : John Bunyan
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Brownson s Review

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Philosophy of religion

Author : Orestes Augustus Brownson
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In the Vision of God

Author : Swami Ramdas
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COMPARABLE IN LASTING SIGNIFICANCE to the famous classics The Way of the Pilgrim and Brother Lawrence's The Practice of the Presence of God, this book records a remarkable spiritual autobiography. It concludes the saga of Swami Ramdas' pilgrimage, begun in In Quest of God and continued in In the Vision of God, volume I. Walking in the light of Self-realization, Swami Ramdas traveled the dusty roads of the Indian sub-continent, from the ancient temples of the South to the awe-inspiring, snow-covered Himalayas of the North. He journeyed as a penniless monk, in a God-intoxicated state of total surrender to the supreme will. Using simple but compelling language, Swami Ramdas recounts his many extraordinary experiences with a serene but loving compassion and a captivating humor that makes the book a pleasure to read. Swami Ramdas is rightly considered one of the great saints of the twentieth century. His life gave eloquent example of his central teaching, that anyone can realize God through surrender to, and constant remembrance of, the Divine. This book concludes a trilogy chronicling Swami Ramdas' spiritual pilgrimage. The earlier volumes, In Quest of God and In the Vision of God, volume I, are also available from Blue Dove Press.

The Conclusion to the Whole Matter

Author : Paul Douglas Castle
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As the author of The Conclusion to the Whole Matter, I conclude it’s a risk of emotions to read this book. Because The Conclusion to the Whole Matter is a two-edged sword that cuts through myths, pagan practices, abominations, and the detestable traditions of men that are manifested in our society, and also in the churches of God. The Conclusion to the Whole Matter will stir up different emotions in all readers that read its contents, because The Conclusion to the Whole Matter will not let you see the world of Christianity as you once imagined it to be. The rose-colored glasses that most people view Christianity through may not seem so rosy after reading The Conclusion to the Whole Matter. But The Conclusion to the Whole Matter is the whole truth based on the word of God. In our society today men abhor the truth—they twist and veil it in darkness and insincerity. The Conclusion to the Whole Matter unveils hidden things that professing Christians might wish would stay hidden from the light. The contents of this book are devoted to the feelings and emotions of God. The Bible consists of approximately 782,000 words. The Conclusion to the Whole Matter is summed up in six words. But it’s taken me approximately 190,000 words to put definition to The Conclusion to the Whole Matter. In the last days it will be 144,000 men of God and a flying angel who preach the last gospel on earth. The last gospel preached will be The Conclusion to the Whole Matter.

The Baptist Quarterly Review

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The Non existence of God

Author : Nicholas Everitt
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Arguments for the existence of God have taken many different forms over the centuries: in The Non-Existence of God, Everitt considers all the arguments and examines the role that reason and knowledge play in the debate over God's existence.

The God Who Risks

Author : John Sanders
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If God is all-knowing and all-powerful, can he in any way be vulnerable to his creation? Can God be in control of anything at all if he is not constantly in control of everything? John Sanders says yes to both of these questions. In The God Who Risks defends his answer with a careful and challenging argument. He first builds his case on an in-depth reading of the Old and New Testaments. Then Sanders probes philosophical, historical and systematic theology for further support. And he completes his defense with considerations drawn from practical theology. The God Who Risks is a profound and often inspiring presentation of "relational theism"--an understanding of providence in which "a personal God enters into genuine give-and-take relations with his creatures." With this book Sanders not only contributes to serious theological discussion but also enlightens pastors and laypersons who struggle with questions about suffering, evil and human free will.