How to Be an Atheist Paperback
Why Many Skeptics Aren't Skeptical Enough
by Mitch Stokes;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Introduction: Skepticism and Contemporary Atheism
Part 1: Sense and Reason
- Hume Exhumed
- The Believing Primate
Part 2: Science
- Science: Ruining Everything since 1543?
- Science and the Humean Condition
- Photoshopped Science
- Real Science Is Hard
- Arguing with Success
- The Current Crisis
- Physics-Based Metaphysics
- God: The Failed Hypothesis?
Part 3: Morality
- If God Is Dead, Is Everything Permissible?
- Some Brush Clearing
- Moral Mammals: The Evolution of Ethics
- An All-Natural Morality?
- Can Science Determine Human Values?
- Morality Is Personal
- Can God Ground Morality?
- Living With Moral Nihilism
- What's the Point of It All?
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How to Be an Atheist
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While atheists champion the importance of a critical stance toward religion, they often fail to take that same stance toward their own beliefs. This double standard results in grandiose claims about the certainty of their unbelief—which is logically inconsistent at best and intellectually dishonest at worst. Turning atheists' skepticism around on their own naturalist worldview, philosopher Mitch Stokes critically examines two things that such skeptics hold dear—science and morality—and reveals deep inconsistencies among their most cherished beliefs, inconsistencies that threaten to undo atheism itself.
How to Be an Atheist by Mitch Stokes was published by Crossway in February 2016 and is our 54443rd best seller. The ISBN for How to Be an Atheist is 9781433542985.
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|Page last updated||19th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Mitch Stokes|
|Publisher||Crossway (February 2016)|
|Number of Pages||256|