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Contents Preface I Mere Atheism 1. One Kind of God-and a Few Alternatives 2. Religion Can Do Without God II The Arguments for God 3. Paley's Challenge to Atheism and Darwin's Answer 4. The Objections to Darwinism 5. Did God Set the Dial? 6. Does God Explain Why Anything Exists? 7. Can We Prove God Exists by Pure Logic? 8. Do We Get Our Morals from God? 9. Can We Know God Directly? 10. Prayer and Faith 11. Is the Holy Bible Wholly Reliable? 12. Did God Compose the Quran? III The Arguments Against God 13. How to Prove a Negative 14. Vast Evil Shows There Is No God 15. Can Human Free Will Explain Why God Allows Vast Evil? 16. Can God Be a Person? 17. What God Can't Do and What God Can't Know 18. Is There a Spirit World? Postscript to Part III: Bad or Feeble Arguments Against God IV God or the Truth? 19. Atheism Is Irresistible 20. Disillusioned and Happy Bibliography Index
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