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Copyright © 2013 by Noah Daniels


Every person’s life is a profound mystery. Deep and invisible currents make us who we are, and the world around us is full of secret purposes and laws. One reaction to all this mystery is to treat it as a problem to be solved, and to do everything possible to be informed and in control. But another way is to bow down in ignorance and confess our limitations. Religion and spirituality, for eons has been closely connected and offered creative ways to become individuals of depth and compassion by embracing spirituality.

The religions have a cherished cargo, but they often fail in their job by moralizing, intellectualizing, and defending themselves to such an extent that their real intention is clouded. Today individuals all over the world are deserting the religions in disgust and anger. Still, everybody has an instinct for transcendence. Individuals know that some kind of spiritual life is essential, and so a lot of people are exploring on their own or joining new churches and communities. They differentiate between their own personal spirituality they've found and the religious institution they've abandoned.


I'm Not Religious - I'm Spiritual!

Shed Your Dogmatism And Legalism In Order To Live Meaningfully And Passionately

Chapter 1: The Argument - Is there a God?


The philosophy of religion is one of the most captivating areas of philosophy. It addresses not only the repeated question is there a God, but also the questions if there is, then what is he like? The most important question of all is what does that mean for us?

These are questions that everyone should ask them selves at some point. This book attempts to demystify the philosophy of religion, and help people to reach answer and from their own views on these questions.

Is there a God? Or is just being spiritual enough?

Is There a God?

The debate concerning God’s existence has, naturally, has a question most have asked since anyone can remember. That doesn't mean that no progress has been made. Some of the classic arguments for God’s existence have been largely deserted, other people have been refined, and new arguments regularly appear.

The search for an answer to the question of God’s existence shouldn't be written off as futile merely because the question is an old one.

If there's a God, then what is he like?

If they're successful, then none


Publisher: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG

Text: Noah Daniels
Images: wolfmedia2000
Editing/Proofreading: Wolfgang Buschek
Publication Date: 10-31-2013
ISBN: 978-3-7309-5896-4

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