God: All That Matters (All That Matters)

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – July 2012
All that matters about God. 'All That Matters' is an exciting new series from Hodder, with authors that matter writing about subjects that matter.
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ISBN-13: 9781444156690
ISBN-10: 1444156691
Pagini: 143
Dimensiuni: 127 x 175 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.23 kg
Editura: Hodder Education
Seria All That Matters

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Mark Vernon (London, England) is one of the UK's leading popular philosophers. He has written a number of successful books, including most recently 'How to Be an Agnostic'. His writing appears regularly in the Guardian and the Evening Standard, and he is a well-known figure on the literary festival circuit as both an interviewer and an guest. He has PhD's in both theology and philosophy (from Oxford and Durham). He is a founder of the School of Life, based in London.


1. Is God in suffering? 2. Is God our moral ideal? 3. Is God the same as nature? 4 Is God found in peak experiences? 5. How can we say, God is good? 6. Is God green? 7 Will God come at the end of time? 8 Is God love?


One of the most thoughtful, accessible and lucid popular philosophers writing today. -- Julian Baggini, Editor of The Philosopher's Magazine He defends ambiguity and undecidability with an almost Evangelical zeal. And because he writes with such a delicate blend of deft coolness on the one hand, and fervour on the other, many are likely to be both enchanted and persuaded by his apologetics. -- Church Times on After Atheist Mark Vernon has an unparallelled ability to convey profound philosophical ideas in a manner that is both accessible and personal but also rigorous and challenging. Behind the friendly, humorous writing is an acute sense of what is truly relevant to us today. -- Raymond Tallis, author of The Kingdom of Infinite Space A light-footed scoot through theologies both ancient and (post)modern. -- Steven Poole, The Guardian 20120811 A very informative and useful little book. -- Church Times 20120907 Very accessible and readable. -- The Tablet 20121117