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God in Proof?

This is a book trailer (they have those now) for Nathan Schneider’s new book, God in Proof. I took a class in college on the philosophy of religion, and found all of the proofs presented thought provoking (though not entirely convincing on their own).

In this Huffington Post piece, Schneider writes, “Despite today’s unending debates about whether God exists or not, few of the classic proofs were meant to convince anyone one way or another. More often, they served to pose more interesting questions.” I think that’s a helpful way to think about proofs of God. I’m looking forward to reading the book.