On The Problem of Good

Once in a while you stumble across something so contrary to the main views of the world that is so compelling, so convincing, that you really have to evaluate what you think you believe. As a fairly new deconvert, I found this a compelling and contrary view of good and evil, and it presented itself very plausible and convincing. A work that is very hard to counter without interjecting words like “belief” and “faith”. Another reviewer on Amazon put it well–“The research and supporting argumentation is frighteningly persuasive and would pass any Doctorate board of review.” Thank you John for the excellent work. Much appreciated! You can find the book here. On the Problem of Good (The Owner of All Infernal Names) https://www.amazon.com/dp/154247793X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_t4wkAbD9VC5W1

Author: jim-

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9 thoughts on “On The Problem of Good”

  1. That Aussie-author certainly DOES have his head screwed on straight! He makes just about any secular argument irrefutable in my opinion. In fact, when “faith” apologists attempt a go at him, they ‘squirm’ so much and quickly jump onto (while trying to pull you onboard too) their merry-go-round of baffling, spinning, alien jibberish that one begins to think you’ve somehow landed into a psych Funny-farm! 😮

    Oh, and that Aussie-author has a pretty damn good sense of humor too, despite his funny accent. 😉

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    1. I have fell in with some great ones early in. That’s the first Atheist book I’ve read. I came to my own reasoning and conclusions to leave religion behind. Looks like I found awesomeness! And John too

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      1. It’d be nice if more theists tried to argue against it. Very, very few have tried, but all gave up quite early on. They get boxed into an impossible position when having to address Paley’s observation: “Contrivance proves design, and the predominant tendency of the contrivance indicates the disposition of the designer.”

        The first book, TOOAIN, dives into that subject.

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        1. What struck me is how hope is so crucial to the religious. So easy to use that hope in their convictions when it is already ingrained in the fiber of every thing in existence. Play with what works. Very insightful

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