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God-The Oldest Question: A Fresh Look at Belief and Unbelief-And Why the Choice Matters
Loyola Press / 2000 / Paperback
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Does God exist? Is belief reasonable? Do the answers to these questions make any practical difference in the way we live? These questions--asked by religious seekers for countless millenia--can be answered in the affirmative, says William O'Malley, Jesuit priest and prolific writer. In God--The Oldest Question, O'Malley shows readers why with a careful argument that combines inrreverent wit, high intellectual seriousness, and personal confession.
Is the existence of God a reasonable premise? In this book, William O'Malley, SJ, examines this critical question and many other related questions with a rare combination of rigorous gravity and irreverent humor. A Jesuit priest and prolific writer, O'Malley delves into the existence of God by looking at modern science, classical philosophy, literature and art, and the religious traditions of East and West. God: the Oldest Question provides thoughtful answers for anyone looking to better understand their faith and what it all means.
William J. O'Malley, SJ, is a professor at Fordham University and the author of many books, including The Fifth Week, Why Be Catholic?, and More Daily Prayers for Busy People.
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