Dialogues on God: Three Views


by John L. Hodge




What place should religion have in a democratic society?

Should belief in God be favored over atheism?


Through a relatively congenial but frank interchange among three siblings,

these dialogues highlight three very different ways of living and apprehending the universe.

One sibling has a traditional view of God (traditional, that is, within a Christian/Judaic/Islamic context).

One has a very different view of God. And one is an atheist.


Their interchange reveals interconnections between their views about God and about politics,

society, beauty, science, personal relationships, individuality, good and evil, and war and peace.


By challenging each other in eleven dialogues, the siblings come to a common realization and agreement with political implications. To find out what it is and to understand how they get there, read these dialogues.



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