With a New Introduction by the Author
In this classic primer to the philosophy of religion, Antony Flew subjects a wide range of philosophical arguments for the existence of the Christian God to intense critical scrutiny. However, the rumor in some circles is that Flew -- longtime advocate of atheistic humanism -- has become a theist. Judge for yourself by reading his new introduction in which he addresses the ancient arguments of Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, and Gottfried Leibniz, among others, as well as the contemporary perspective of Richard Swinburne. Flew confronts head-on arguments grounded in order and design, existence and causality, meaning and morality, and miracles, as well as authority and faith. Each is approached with a degree of keen insight that only Flew can muster. Paperback, 210 pages. List price, $20.98; Amazon price, $15.72; Laissez Faire price, not stocked; our price, $15.50.
Both believers and nonbelievers will benefit greatly from Flew's critical analysis of Christian theism and his Socratic commitment to "follow the argument wherever it leads."