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In defence of atheism

the case against Christianity, Judaism, and Islam

by Michel Onfray

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Published by Serpent"s Tail in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atheism.,
  • Monotheism -- Controversial literature.,
  • Christianity -- Controversial literature.,
  • Judaism -- Controversial literature.,
  • Islam -- Controversial literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-239).

    StatementMichel Onfray ; translated by Jeremy Leggatt.
    GenreControversial literature.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2747.3 .O5413 2007b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 239 p. ;
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20157801M
    ISBN 101852429402
    ISBN 109781852429409
    OCLC/WorldCa77797415

    Nonetheless, the book did influence me to be an atheist. We're weird because we go to church. Jehovah-1 the Space God is an alien, and still threatens this planet! The book concludes by proposing a new atheism or secularism that he called "post-Christian" or "post-modern" in which God and the morality which it relates are gone.

    But not necessarily an innocent one. We can judge how weighty is the testimony of a dying priest who asks God's forgiveness. While a caveman might imagine that a god created the camera out of nothing poof! Rather than defending the advantages of Atheism, Onfray casts a critical eye upon the formation, development and reactions to these three religions, which still dominate late modernity.

    Read it and prepare for X-day, July 5thwhen the flying saucers from Planet X will land. I am a fairly orthodox Christian. But suppose, as the atheist bus goes by, you are povertystricken, or desperate for a job, or a drug addict, or social services have just taken away your child. Since we use our senses to observe the world around us and to do science, there is no way for science to investigate such a belief. He professed it, demonstrated it, arguing and quoting, sharing his reading and his reflections, and seeking confirmation from his own observations of the everyday world.


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In defence of atheism book

There are at least two problems with this argument.

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Why do we have to "know"? Rather than the Son of God, Jesus should merely be taken as any other philosopher. Thought[ edit ] In his Testament, Meslier repudiated not only the God of conventional Christianity, but even the generic God of the natural religion of the deists.

The second reprint used the copy now in the British Library: And yet. Others go even further, asserting that science "has found God.

And it played the tune again, with all the cares in the world. This is the exact summary of the in-folio testament of Jean Meslier.

According to Berman, Shelley also believed himself to have "refuted all the possible types of arguments for God's existence," [3] but Shelley himself encouraged readers to offer proofs if they possess them.

London: Reeves and Turner. Mercy is … But by now I would imagine that some of you reading this are feeling In defence of atheism book indignation building up.

The first reprint. A typographical imitation, with an introduction by Wise and Vaughan. Stenger argues that many of the claims by theists are based on their misunderstanding of the science.

To some people these gods are just as real as your own. Prometheus Books. The Small God Om. Or, if you are already a member, has Conspiracy harassment kept you from enjoying your full rights as a SubGenius? The world is wider than you fear it is, wider than the repeating rigmaroles in your mind, and it has this in it, as truly as it contains your unhappiness.

After working in local government since leaving college inhe took very early retirement in So far as it can be guessed at it appears to be a kind of anxious pretending, a kind of continual, nervous resistance to reality.

This means as she gets older there'll be voices telling her what it means, getting louder and louder until by the time she's a teenager they'll be shouting right in her ear.

My problem is that the conclusion of his defense seems no different from that of A. Or do they try to intimidate you out of SubGeniusness? John Dicksonfrom the Centre for Public Christianityhas said that Philowriting about the time of Jesus, tells us that sometimes the Romans handed the bodies of crucifixion victims over to family members for proper burial.

I remember a morning about 15 years ago. It is obvious the commandment is broken daily, we merely need turn on the news at dinner, but rather than a conspicuous attack on the ridiculousness of religions that contradict the words of their own God, he offers an alternative interpretation of the commandment.

And as well as being childish, and abject, and solemn, and awkward, we voluntarily associate ourselves with an old-fashioned, mildewed orthodoxy, an Authority with all its authority gone.

That's what makes it real. Do they constantly reinforce your Conspiracy programming by making it financially necessary that you attend endless pink-ins, gatherings of dull blandoid Normalcy Dupes who bore you to death, making you sit there while you secretly daydream of wreaking havoc on their pallid world?

Wait a minute, wait a minute, you say; never mind how you're defining mercy. If I say that, from inside, it makes much more sense to talk about belief as a characteristic set of feelings, or even as a habit, you will conclude that I am trying to wriggle out, or just possibly that I am not even interested in whether the crap I talk is true.Aug 31,  · The trouble with atheists: a defence of faith Francis Spufford has heard all the arguments against Christianity.

He understands the objections of Author: Francis Spufford. In Defense of Atheism: The Case Against Christianity Judaism And Islam by Michel Onfray () Paperback – Reviews: 2. In Defence of Atheism demonstrates that organised religion is motivated by worldly, historical and political power; that the three dominant monotheisms - Christianity, Islam and Judaism - exhibit the same hatred of women, reason, the body, the passions; that religion denies life and glorifies death.

Interestingly, one of the most significant argument in defense of atheism is the moral argument. This is long, so read carefully. The problem of evil arises in connection with the alleged incompatibility of the following propositions: 1) God is omniscient (all knowing) 2).

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