Does it make sense to say that God necessarily exists? Can God make a stone so big that he can't lift it? Isn't the idea of God concocted by human minds? Does it make sense to speak of a personal, but disembodied being? Well respected philosopher of religion, Charles Taliaferro, capably addresses these and many other questions about the coherence and logic of theism and concludes that it is most reasonable to believe in God both intellectually and personally. 64 pages.
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