1. Autobiographical Introduction; 2. Why I am Not an Atheist; 3. The Bible; 4. The Fall; 5. Atonement; 6. Prayer; 7. The Church; 8..Morality, Life and Death; 9. Love and Happiness; 10. Afterlife.
Sir Anthony Kenny has been Master of Balliol College, Oxford and Warden of Rhodes House in the same university. He lives at present in Oxford and is in the process on writing a three-volume history of philosophy for OUP.
'Summarizing a lifetime's philosophical reflection with
characteristic clarity and conciseness...Kenny is scrupulously fair
and balanced in his assessments, always striving to follow the
argument where it leads.
This is a book that engages on many levels, intellectual as well as emotional, and the style is both brilliantly economical and outstandingly lucid. It is hard to imagine a philosophical credo offering more stimulating challenges to believers and unbelievers alike.'--Sanford Lakoff "Times Literary Supplement "