Faith and Religion
Does God Exist?4:00pm | Thursday 29 March 2012
|£N/A||1 Hour||Christ Church: Master’s Garden Marquee|
How reasonable, or unreasonable is belief in God? Are there good arguments for the existence of God? Might belief in God be reasonable even in the absence of good arguments? Can a persuasive case be made against the existence of God, for example an argument based on the amount of pain and suffering the universe contains?
Richard Harries was Bishop of Oxford from 1987-2006 and is now Gresham Professor of Divinity. His latest books include Faith in Politics? Rediscovering the Christian Roots of our Political Values and The Re-enchantment of Morality, which was short-listed for the 2011 Michael Ramsey Prize for Theological writing.
Stephen Law is senior lecturer in Philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London, and Provost of Centre for Inquiry UK. He has written several popular introductions to philosophy including The Philosophy Gym and The Philosophy Files. His latest book is Believing Bullshit.
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