By John Allen Paulos

Are there any logical purposes to think in God? The mathematician and bestselling writer John Allen Paulos thinks now not. In Irreligion he offers the case for his personal worldview, organizing his booklet into twelve chapters that refute the twelve arguments often recommend for believing in God's life. Interspersed between those counterarguments are comments on numerous irreligious subject matters, starting from the character of miracles and creationist chance to cognitive illusions and prudential wagers. regardless of the powerful effect of his day activity, Paulos says, there is no unmarried mathematical formulation within the book.

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