By Raymond D Bradley
Few can provide a more matured view on faith than Raymond Bradley. Having been raised as a ‘winner of souls for Christ’ within the Forties, he spent the following forty years as an atheist professor of philosophy and an outspoken critic/debater of religion.
Revered for his paintings in common sense and his meticulous method of debate, God’s Gravediggers is Bradley’s coup de grâce to faith. A career’s worthy of labor on a subject matter which could not often be extra very important. forthcoming the ethical, logical and clinical arguments – utilizing wealthy analogies, rational arguments and examples that non-academics could comprehend – he explores not just even if God exists, but additionally what harm the concept that of God does. A well timed booklet in an age of non secular fundamentalism, hatred and conflict.
“Bradley doesn't gloss over tough issues of good judgment and reasoning. A excitement to read.”
Professor Graham Oppy, Chair of Council of the Australasian organization of Philosophy
“Bradley's strong point is good judgment and he brings that to endure in the course of the paintings. it's well-written and punctiliously soaking up. i've got not anything yet compliment for his project.”
Theodore Drange, Professor Emeritus, West Virginia University
“From a tender person's rejection of Christianity, to a mature philosopher's cogent critique of all religions. This compelling safety of atheism is an excellent read.”
Professor Robert Nola, college of Auckland.