I Wish I Could Believe In God It Would Make My Life Meaningful, Says A Young Woman Amidst The Buzz Of A Student Party But Can Life Really Have Any Meaning, And Is It Possible To Believe In Meaning Without Believing In God In Today S Post Modern World, Life And Meaning No Longer Go Hand In Hand Our Secular Culture Insists That, Like It Or Not, The Only Purpose For Humanity Is Expressed In Darwin S Evolutionary Mantra, The Survival Of The Fittest, And We Would Be Naive To Look Elsewhere Can We Honestly Believe The Truth Is Out There In The Face Of Such Skepticism, Or Are We Just Kidding Ourselves Into Believing A Warm Comfortable Lie Perhaps We Should Simply Grow Up And Accept The Harsh Message Of Naturalistic Evolution, But Surely The Way That Most Of Us Live Our Lives Belies Some Sort Of Hope That There Is A Reason For It All Williams Digs Beneath Our Skeptical Culture And Invites Us To Take Time Out From The Party To Seriously Consider Some Of Life S Big Questions About Truth, Knowledge, Goodness, And Beauty.
Christian philosopher and apologist Peter S Williams MA, MPhil is Assistant Professor in Communication and Worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication, Norway Peter also works with the UK Damaris Trust, leading philosophy conferences for A level students and undertaking writing, speaking, debating and broadcasting engagements.Peter has authored several books, including A
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- I Wish I Could Believe in Meaning: A Response to Nihilism
- Peter S. Williams
- 24 May 2017 Peter S. Williams