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The future of Atheism : Alister McGrath and Daniel Dennett in dialogue / edited by Robert B. Stewart
Bib ID 4514645
Format BookBook
Description London Society for Promoting Christian 2008 
xvii, 212 p. 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780281061068
0281061068
Full contents
  • Introduction : the future of atheism : an introductory appraisal / Robert B. Stewart
  • The future of atheism : a dialogue / Daniel Dennett and Alister McGrath
  • Atheism : twilight or dawn? / Keith M. Parsons
  • In defense of theistic arguments / William Lane Craig
  • Despair, optimism, and rebellion / Evan Fales
  • Getting scientific about religion / Hugh J. McCann
  • The twilight of scientific atheism: responding to Nagel's last stand / J.P. Moreland
  • God, naturalism, and the foundations of morality / Paul Copan
  • The God hypothesis in the future of atheism / Ted Peters.
 
Notes

Selected conference papers.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-208) and index.

Subjects Christianity and atheism -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors McGrath, Alister E., 1953-  |  Dennett, Daniel C. (Daniel Clement), 1942-  |  Stewart, Robert B., 1957-

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