'It is not easy to be profound without being ponderous, but Mr Francis has this gift. He does not shy away from difficult questions and has the courage to try to answer them forthrightly, without equivocation--another quality not very commonly encountered.'
God has to exist because an infinite Necessary Being is logical. The universe has to have had a cause because whatever begins to exist has a cause. The only candidate for that cause is an eternal, disembodied, all-powerful Mind. Human consciousness has to be non-physical because chemistry and atoms cannot love, hate or ponder on the meaning of life. As for Truth: no sane person acts as if atheism were true. Without God, the self, reason, freedom of the will, good and evil are illusions. The Little Book of God, Mind, Cosmos and Truth explores the validity and necessity of theism and shows how God is the best explanation for the creation of the universe and objective moral values and duties.
Kenneth Francis is a freelance writer who holds an MA in Theology. For over 20 years, he worked in editing roles in various publications, as well as lecturing in media studies. He is currently co-writing a book which traces Old Testament texts to modern philosophical and theatrical works of profound pessimism.
|Title||The Little Book of God, Mind, Cosmos and Truth|
|Dimensions||13 x 21 cm|
|Publisher||St Pauls Publishing|
|Year Of Publication||May 2017|
|Isbn / Product Code||9781910365250|