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Rhetorically effective, but philosophically thin. ‣Stenger, Victor J. God: The Failed Hypothesis; How Science Shows that God Does Not Exist. Amherst, NY: Prometheus, 2007. An accessible work that gives a scientific analysis of supernaturalism, cosmology, prayer, miracles, prophecy, morality, and suffering. Also addresses evolution. Not a scholarly work, but an interesting survey of relevant empirical evidence. DEDUCTIVE ATHEOLOGY A set of arguments for God’s impossibility have been presented in the philosophical literature.
RECENT CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND ATHEISM The reverberations of themes of nihilism, God’s death, and the crisis of meaning continue to be felt in contemporary continental philosophy. See Bloch 2009 and Habermas and Ratzinger 2006 for specific discussions of Christianity in the context of postmodernism. Westphal 1998 attempts to answer Marxist, Nietzschean, and Freudian critiques of Christianity. Habermas 2002, Luijpen 1964, and Boghossian 2007 address atheism within the respective frameworks of critical theory, phenomenology, and constructivism.
Therefore, a perfect being is not a perfect being. Therefore, there is no perfect being. ‣McCormick, Matt. 1 (2000): 5–19. McCormick argues, on Kantian grounds, that being in all places and all times precludes being conscious because omnipresence would make it impossible for God to make an essential conceptual distinction between the self and not-self. ‣McCormick, Matt. ” In The Impossibility of God. Edited by Michael Martin and Ricki Monnier, 313–325. Amherst, NY: Prometheus, 2003. God is traditionally conceived of as an agent, capable of setting goals and of willing and performing actions.
Atheism: Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide by Matt McCormick