Doubt, Denial and the Death of God

This book explores why many people say they do not believe in God, and why they hold those views. It examines why some people doubt (agnosticism or skepticism) and other deny the existence of God (atheism), then sketches out why some think of God as invented by humans to satisfy human needs, before reviewing philosophical and theological debates over the past century centred on the 'death of God.' More
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About Chris Park

I am a retired academic with more than 30 years experience in university teaching, research and senior management in the UK. These days I enjoy spending time reading, writing, walking and travelling, but not all at the same time!

About the Series: GOD MATTERS
This series of ebooks explores the most commonly talked-about themes relating to belief in God today. It is designed to encourage informed conversations rather than to persuade readers to adopt or reject any particular religious beliefs.

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