8 edition of rationality of belief in God. found in the catalog.
rationality of belief in God.
George I. Mavrodes
|Statement||Edited by George I. Mavrodes.|
|Series||Central issues in philosophy series|
|LC Classifications||BT102.A1 M35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||79117010|
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Summary: It can be rational rationality of belief in God. book believe something without "proof"; we all do it all the time. In measuring whether belief in God qualifies as rational, this book shows compellingly that belief in God is properly basic; i.e., it needs no general justification/5(8).
The Rationality of Belief in God Paperback – January 1, by George I. Mavrodes (Author)Cited by: 1. The Rationality Of Belief In God book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0.
Format: Hardcover In this book, Gellman presents an argument from religious experience to the existence of God and the rationality of belief in the existence of God.
He also responds to arguments against the existence of God and the rationality of belief in God. Across different cultures and times many people have seemed to experience by: 5. Faith and Rationality investigates the rich implications of what the contributors call "Calvinistic" or "Reformed epistemology." This is the view of knowledge--enunciated by Calvin, further developed by Barth--that sees belief in God as its own foundation; in the 4/5.
Get this from a library. The rationality of belief in God. [George I Mavrodes] -- Believe, by W. JamesFaith as passionate commitment, by S.
KierkegaardGod as projection, by L.A. FeuerbachBibliographical essay (p. Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God | Alvin Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff | download | B–OK. Download books for free.
Find books. Substitute "something" for p and "God exists" for q, and you get a logical statement. Mavrodes then goes through the epistemological toolbox to show the strengths and weaknesses in this. Particularly, the presupposition of logic and rationality, definitional consistency (truth, belief, knowing, knowledge, cogency, convincingness, etc /5.
Faith and Rationality is a collection of essays concerned with the rational acceptability of common garden Christian belief. It's a dense, rich book full of promising ideas that found fuller statement in the writers' later books (such as William P.
Alston's "Perceiving God" and Alvin Plantinga's Warrant trilogy)/5(7). Rationality of Belief in God Paperback – 28 Aug by George I. Mavrodes (Editor)Author: George I. Mavrodes. The first part of the book discusses the classic arguments for and against the existence of God: cosmological, ontological, teleological, existence of evil and divine hiddeness.
Whereas the latter part of the text argues that belief in God is rational along the lines that belief in other minds is by: The Rationality of Believing in God — Part 1. God’s existence, or lack thereof, has been debated throughout human history.
Theists and atheists alike have offered their best arguments to justify their positions on the matter, with most philosophers concluding that the discussion thus far has only resulted in a stalemate.
ing of "belief in God"; but this is not entirely accurate. For the subject under discussion is not really the rational acceptability of belief in God, but the rationality of belief that God exists —that there is such a person as God. And belief in God is not at all the same thing as belief that there is such a person as God.
Get this from a library. Faith and rationality: reason and belief in God. [Alvin Plantinga; Nicholas Wolterstorff;] -- A collection of essays by contemporary Calvinist philosophers of religion that examine the epistemology of religious belief between Reformed and Roman Catholic philosophers.
Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God Alvin Plantinga; Nicholas Wolterstorff Published by University of Notre Dame Press, U.S.A. And rationality of belief in God. book is it reasonable to believe in God given the evidence that the existence of evil provides.
Join Dr. Peter Kreeft in a discussion of some of life's hardest questions, as he explores the. Summary: It can be rational to believe something without "proof"; we all do it all the time.
In measuring whether belief in God qualifies as rational, this book shows compellingly that belief in God is properly basic; i.e., it needs no general justification.4/5(8).
Faith and Rationality investigates the rich implications of what the contributors call "Calvinistic" or "Reformed epistemology." This is the view of knowledge--enunciated by Calvin, further developed by Barth--that sees belief in God as its own foundation; in the contributors' terms, it 4/5().
Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God: Plantinga, Alvin, Wolterstorff, Nicholas: Books - (8). Scientifically minded and philosophically astute, Kelly James Clark's thought-provoking work provides an accessible overview of brain science as it pertains to religion, evaluating its implications for both theistic and atheistic belief.
God and the Brain: Neuroscience and the Rationality of Belief () by Kelly James ClarkBrand: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Co. God and the Brain: The Rationality of Belief Kelly James Clark. Eerdmans, $25 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book In.
Get this from a library. God and the brain: the rationality of belief. [Kelly James Clark] -- "Kelly James Clark brings together science and philosophy to examine some of humanity's more pressing questions.
Is belief in God, as Richard Dawkins claims, a delusion. Are atheists smarter or more. Ultimately, if God exists then belief in him is rational. If he does not exist, then it isn’t.
Likewise, if he does exist then not believing in him is supremely irrational. So, it comes down to whether or not God exists. Does he. Of course he does. Let’s think rationally for a bit. There are only two options to work with: God and no God. Yest, it is rational to believe in God.
We all believe in things that others have told us are true even though we often do not have the knowledge or skills to confirm or refute these things. In fact, we would be unable to live rationally if we did not accept as true most of the things we believe.
God and Other Minds is a book by the American philosopher of religion Alvin Plantinga which re-kindled philosophical debate on the existence of God in Anglo-American philosophical circles by arguing that belief in God was like belief in other minds: although neither could be demonstrated conclusively against a determined sceptic both were fundamentally rational.
I believe that while there may not be any convincing evidence or arguments that God does exist, I do still believe that it is still rational to believe that god does exist.
I think this because, believing in God is not simply just believing that he exists, but believing that it can bring good to. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Belief in belief is the notion that religious belief has positive benefits and should be fostered or tolerated, without the need to subscribe to the belief in question.
In western societies this is commonly expressed in cases where people feel that religious belief brings comfort and moral guidance. tic beliefs are rational in ways similar to our nontheistic beliefs. I view this idea as important to our understanding of theistic belief and its rationality.
But to which nontheistic beliefs are theistic be liefs similar. My thesis is that beliefs about God are just as rational as beliefs about human persons, rather than beliefs about non. Greater Than Can Be Conceived: The Rationality of Belief in a God Beyond Comprehension probability postulate premise prior probability priori concept probability of red properties proposition Proslogion proto-god rational for Robin rational to believe reason to think red exists relevant Robin to believe seems About Google Books.
This is the third, and hence final, book in "the warrant trilogy." Here Plantinga begins by looking into the de jure question, viz., is it rational, reasonable, justified, warranted, to accept Christian belief.
Or, is the Christian epistemologically negligible for accepting such beliefs - belief in God, belief in the great truths of the Gospel, etc?/5. Pascal's wager is an argument in philosophy presented by the seventeenth-century French philosopher, mathematician and physicist, Blaise Pascal (–).
It posits that humans bet with their lives that God either exists or does not. Pascal argues that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to believe in God. Many people think that faith and reason are opposites; that belief in God and tough-minded logical reasoning are like oil and water.
They are wrong. Belief in God is far more rational than atheism. Logic can show that there is a God. If you look at the universe with common sense and an open mind, you'll find that it's full of God's fingerprints.
necessary evidence for rationality of belief in God, aqreeinq with Enliqhtenment thinkers that theistic belief is rational only when such a belief is warranted by sufficient evidence. This position, aptly called theistic evidentialism, embraces the Enliqhtenment conception of reason and arques that.
That object is God. The Moral Argument: God is the best explanation for the reality and objectivity of morality. The Argument from Reason: the rationality of logic and evidence is only possible on the presupposition of God.
These arguments, along with others focusing more directly on Christianity, will be covered in future : John Danaher. A belief is rational if it is held on the basis of reason and logic, rather than on the basis of emotion or pragmatism.
If we can demonstrate that belief in God can be the consequence of a logical argument with justifiable premises, then it follows that belief in God can be rational. "The Will to Believe" is a lecture by William James, first published inwhich defends, in certain cases, the adoption of a belief without prior evidence of its truth.
In particular, James is concerned in this lecture about defending the rationality of religious faith even lacking sufficient evidence of religious truth. Faith and rationality are two ideologies that exist in varying degrees of conflict or compatibility.
Rationality is based on reason or facts. Faith is belief in inspiration, revelation, or word faith sometimes refers to a belief that is held with lack of reason or evidence, a belief that is held in spite of or against reason or evidence, or it can refer to belief based upon a. The argument of this book, however, builds on the thesis of her previous book Rationality as Virtue: Towards a Theological Philosophy (Ashgate ), in which she argues that rationality is ultimately about ethics—knowledge is used to maximize the flourishing of humanity.
Reason thus defined is not inimical to but presupposes faith. The Rationality of Believing in God Without Evidence. The famous atheist and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins once wrote, “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose”.
He would confess the same later in a debate with the Christian mathematician, John Lennox. And even philosophers who reject his theism say his arguments for the basic rationality of belief, laid out in books like “Warranted Christian Belief” and “God and Other Minds,” constitute.
Some people really do believe in this version of God: supporters of 'intelligent design', for example – for whom Hart reserves plenty of scorn – and other contemporary Christian and Muslim.Belief in God, according to atheists, is irrational, illogical, and dumb.
Belief that the universe created itself is, they say, intelligent, rational, and based in science. This is simply false. Nothing can create itself. Everything has a cause -- including the universe. That cause, argues Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, is God, the "unmoved mover.".