Has anybody ever read "The Non-Existence of God" by Nicholas Everitt?
It's one of the best books on philosophy of religion that I've ever read. Everitt puts forward some of the best refutations of traditional theological arguments, and some of the most ingenious arguments for atheism that I've ever come across.
It's a book chiefly aimed at philosophy students and postgraduates, so it can be a bit heavy in places. But definitely still worth reading!
Here's a PDF version I that I recently found online, if anyone would like to read it:
Everitt's book is fantastic. you're right, it is heavy in places where symbolic logic is used but it's not at all difficult to figure out the heavy parts.
I'm excited for this one. Thanks for sharing it.
Thank you for the link will certainly take a gander and give it a read..