Why There Is Almost Certainly a God

  • by Keith Ward
  • 0 hrs and 47 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Professor Keith Ward, philosopher and theologian, talks through the issues thrown up by Richard Dawkins with a philosophical and scientific point of view.


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Why There Is Almost Certainly a God

This audio book is excellent. Unfortunately none of Keith Ward's books are available in Audible.com yet. Juan Pineda
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- Juan

One point out of five for effort

This isn't worth the cost of purchase, nor the time to listen. As a Lecturer in Logic, Keith Ward should know that he can't answer a question by begging it. He starts out by doing exactly what he ridicules Dawkins for. Then the only arguments he offers are caricatures of physics by faceless scientists, a technique often employed by the likes of Kent Hovend and son. By the end, he utterly fails to establish "Why There Is Almost Certainly a God," unless you accept the existence of his god a priori. Sadly, Richard Dawkins does a much better job of punching holes in the arguments for a god than Ward and others do of patching them up.
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- Steven

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-05-2009
  • Publisher: Greenbelt Festivals Ltd