Philosophy and religion
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Papers presented during the 2008-2009 annual London lecture series of the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
God as the simplest explanation of the universe / Richard Swinburne -- Explaining the fine tuning of the universe to us and the fine tuning of us to the universe / T.J. Mawson -- What can God explain? / Gerard J. Hughes -- One step toward God / Brian Leftow -- What do religious believers believe? / Richard Norman -- With and without absurdity : Moore, magic and McTaggart's cat / Peter Cave -- Twenty questions about Hume's 'Of miracles' / Peter Millican -- Darwinism, purpose and meaning / Mary Midgley -- Christianity and the errors of our time : Simone Weil on atheism and idolatry / Mario von der Ruhr -- Spirituality for the godless / Michael McGhee -- Living in the light of religious ideals / Clare Carlisle -- Sacrifice, transcendence and 'making sacred' / Douglas Hedley -- The Incarnation : divine embodiment and the divided mind / Robin Le Poidevin -- Religious tolerance, diversity, and pluralism / Peter Byrne.
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