Looking for Proof of God by Robert Kirkwood
  

Synopsis

Looking for Proof of God by Robert Kirkwood

Following on from Looking for God , this book tackles the kinds of questions that young people ask about religion. It is suitable for pupils of mixed ability from the third year upwards and its approach is cross-cultural and its conclusions open ended. The book focuses on the issue of God's existence and examines various historical attempts to provide evidence that would either prove or disprove God's existence. It looks at the ambiguous nature of this evidence and also shows how many religious and non-religious people make their own decisions about God's existence.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Robert Kirkwood
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

12th March 1990

ISBN

9780582203099


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