Good Without God What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe
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Description: An inspiring and provocative exploration of an alternative to traditional religionQuestions about the role of God and religion in today's world have never been more relevant or felt more powerfully. Many of us are searching for a place where we can find not only facts and scientific reason but also hope and moral courage. For some, answers are found in the divine. For others, including the New Atheists, religion is an "enemy."But in Good Without God, Greg Epstein presents another, more balanced and inclusive response: Humanism. He highlights humanity's potential for goodness and the ways in which Humanists lead lives of purpose and compassion. Humanism can offer the sense of community we want and often need in good times and bad-and it teaches us that we can lead good and moral lives without the supernatural, without higher powers . . . without God.
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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/26/2010
Size: 5.31" wide x 8.00" long x 0.61" tall
|Can We Be Good Without God?|
|A Brief History of Goodness Without God, or a Short Campus Tour of the University of Humanism|
|Why Be Good Without a God? Purpose and The Plague|
|Good Without God: A How-To Guide to the Ethics of Humanism|
|Pluralism: Can You Be Good with God?|
|Good Without God in Community: The Heart of Humanism|
|Postscript: Humanism and Its Aspirations|
|Appendix: Humanist and Secular Resources|