Examines the ideas of God in common use today, discussing "realist" and "anti-realist" views. The arguments for the existence of God, based on these views, are then reviewed as well as some of the traditional attributes of God, determined by the different versions.
In this book, the author examines the different ideas of God in common use today. He begins with three "realist" views, according to which God exists independent of the universe. Next, he considers an "anti-realist" view, whereby God is a truth only within a given community and language. The arguments for the existence of God, based on these views, are then reviewed. Finally, the author explores some of the traditional attributes of God determined by the different versions. This book is intended to be of use for A-level philosophy of religion students.
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