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Preface; Introduction; PART I: The Errors of Atheism; Chapter 1: Analyzing Atheism; Chapter 2: The Errors of Atheism; Chapter 3: Dawkins' Godless Delusion; Chapter 4: The New Agnosticism; PART II: Grounding God; Chapter 5: Naturalizing Theism; Chapter 6: Liberating Theism; Chapter 7: Is Hybrid Minimalist Theism Plausible?; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
J. Angelo Corlett is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at San Diego State University, USA, and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Ethics: An International Philosophical Review. He is the author of almost 100 books and articles, including Terrorism: A Philosophical Analysis (Klewer, 2003) and Race, Racism, and Reparation (Cornell University Press, 2003).
Mentioned in 'Published this Week' section in Times Higher Education, May 2010 "This book contains a sustained and systematic critique of many of the 'new atheists, ' such as Dawkins, as well as a critique of traditional orthodox theology. Corlett develops an innovative hybrid of process theology and liberation theology, and he argues that it is not rational to reject this view out of hand. In this age of rabid fundamentalism and increasingly 'in-your-face' atheism, Corlett offers an alternative picture with considerable appeal. It is a book of breathtaking intellectual scope, and it stakes out an important, but thus far under-appreciated, religious orientation." John Martin Fischer, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside, USA. "This book is a provocative presentation of Corlett's own version of theism, and it also plausibly criticizes many stereotypes and exposes numerous errors. Corlett achieves extraordinary comprehensiveness in discussing a great deal of literature in philosophy of religion and theology, but the book should be accessible to general readers and of interest to many." Robert Audi, Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, USA, and editor of The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy. "An important contribution to the current debate about God. Both theologians and philosophers should read this book." James H. Cone, Charles Augustus Briggs Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological Seminary, USA.