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The inspiration for the PBS series of the same name, The Question of God does The Question of God book presuppose which man -- Freud the devout atheist or Lewis the atheist-turned-believer -- is correct in his views.
Rather, readers are urged to join Nicholi and his students and decide for themselves which path to follow/5(). The book begins with a compare and contrast of Freud and Lewis' thoughts on God and morality.
In perhaps the most interesting chapter, Nicholi describes the phenomenon of conversion. He describes Freud's initial fascination and ultimate rejection of religion and Lewis' atheism and ultimate conversion to 4/5.
The inspiration for the PBS series of the same name, The Question of God does not presuppose which man — Freud the devout atheist or Lewis the atheist-turned-believer — is correct in his views. Rather, readers are urged to join Nicholi and /5(26).
In The Question of God he presents the fruits of years of labor among the published and unpublished writings of Lewis and Freud, including an extensive exploration of their private letters.
He allows them to speak for themselves on every major question of belief and nonbelief, but also skillfully draws conclusions from their own lives/5(). Whether they are atheists, or stumbling believers, or simply Christians doing some honest wrestling, The God Question may be the book to put into their hands.
Through the deepest philosophical waters to the most personal spiritual questions, J.P. Moreland proves to be a wonderfully readable guide, drawing readers toward a heartfelt embrace of the Christian by: 1.
From Book 1: This first volume in the series Christian Origins and the Question of God provides a historical, theological, and literary study of first-century Judaism and Christianity. Wright offers a preliminary discussion of the meaning of the word god within those cultures, as he explores the ways in which developing an understanding of those first-century cultures are of relevance for the modern world.
This 4-hour series from WGBH Boston examines the question: Does God exist. "The Question of God" is a focus on the opposing views of Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis and is based on a Harvard course. In A God Who Questions, author Leonard J. DeLorenzo examines twenty of the questions Jesus asks in the Gospels, showing us how they reveal the hidden secrets of our hearts and invite a true encounter with God.
Jesus is the question.5/5(10). Freud was not only a non-believer, but he actively and aggressively attacked theism. Religion, claimed Freud, is for the ignorant and childish. Believers are deluded and primitive, he chided. Following Feuerbach, he argued that the notions of God and the spiritual are simply wish-fulfillments.
In the closing pages of this remarkable book, the author writes on the question of God (or god, for which he makes the case in the Preface) -- the meaning of the word ‘god’ lies at the heart of his preceding account of first-century communities, mainly Jews Cited by: In The Question of God, Dr.
Nicholi presents the writings and letters of Lewis and Freud, allowing them to "speak" for themselves on the subject of belief and disbelief.
Both men considered the problem of pain and suffering, the nature of love and sex, and the ultimate meaning of life and death -- and each of them thought carefully about the alternatives to their positions.5/5(4). The Complete Program Order Video/Book All segments from the Question of God programs are available here either as video chapters or text transcripts, or both.
The Question of God — Program 1. The Question of God may be the best book about belief and nonbelief ever written, since it does not presuppose which answer is correct.
Instead, it uses two of history's most articulate spokesmen to present arguments on both sides. “ Great Book!” - Bob Goff, Author, Love Does ”This is a book I will buy in bulk and keep on hand to pass out to both my skeptic and Christian friends who are honestly asking the tough questions about Jesus, the Bible, and Christianity that deserve careful and thoughtful answers.
In many ways, Mark Clark was born to write this book. The New Testament and the People of God (Christian Origins and the Question of God, #1), Jesus and the Victory of God (Christian Origins and the Questio Home My Books. As being both one of the world's leading Bible scholars and a popular author, he has been featured on ABC News, Dateline, The Colbert Report, and Fresh Air.
His award-winning books include The Case for the Psalms, How God Became King, Simply Jesus, After You Believe. The Christian Origins and the Question of God book series by N.T. Wright includes books The New Testament and the People of God, Jesus and the Victory of God (Christian Origins and the Question of God, Volume 2), The Resurrection of the Son of God, and several more.
THE QUESTION OF GOD This important new text by a well-known author provides a lively and approachable introduction to the six great arguments for the existence of Size: 3MB.
The Question of God posseses an integrity and a coherence completely lacking in similar books of this kind. Simply put it has been exceptionally well thought out, and exceptionally well presented.' Simply put it has been exceptionally well thought out, and exceptionally well presented.'Price: $ I just finished reading The Question of God: C.S.
Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life. As the title suggests, the book represents Dr. Armand Nicholi Jr.'s attempt to set up a "debate" between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis on the most important issues humanity faces. He asks questions.
The Question of God may be the best book about belief and nonbelief ever written, since it does not presuppose which answer is correct. Instead, it uses two of history's most articulate spokesmen to present arguments on both sides.
In the end, readers must join Nicholi's hundreds of former students in deciding for themselves which path to follow/5(9). The Question of God Program 1 presents the early stories of C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud, two men with very different ideas of human existence.
In childhood, each embraced the religion of his. Nicholi's The Question of God illuminates in an extraordinary way how two of the great minds of recent history explored the most intriguing questions in life, perhaps the only ones that really matter.
Nicholi sets up a fictional debate of sorts that pits Freud, espousing a secular worldview, against Lewis's spiritual one. The dialogue is riveting.5/5(5). Throughout the ages, many of the world's greatest thinkers have wrestled with the concept of -- and belief in -- God.
It may seem unlikely that any new arguments or insights could be raised, but the twentieth century managed to produce two brilliant men with two diametrically opposed views about the question of God: Sigmund Freud and C. Lewis/5(12). To question God is not wrong. This is clear due to occasions in the Bible in which people asked God questions and He was not offended or angered.
For example, the book of Habakkuk largely consists of a question and answer format in which the prophet Habakkuk asked God questions regarding His toleration of wrong and God answered with future. • If possible, preview the series in its entirety and read the book on which the series is based—The Question of God: C.S.
Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life, by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Size: KB. The Problem of God is written by a skeptic who became a Christian and then a pastor, all while exploring answers to the most difficult questions raised against Christianity.
Growing up in an atheistic home, Mark Clark struggled through his parents' divorce, acquiring Tourette syndrome and OCD in his teen years/5.
warn Judah of God’s judgment—and those to whom God sends him will refuse to listen, to the point of being killed or carried off in exile.
But God will make Jeremiah stand firm and prevent his enemies from destroying him. As the book unfolds, we see God’s protecting hand shielding His.
As an important scholar of the New Testament and a prolific author and lecturer, N. Wright’s books have been highly influential in the study of Jesus, Paul, and early Christianity. Wright’s Christian Origins and the Question of God series—now available from Logos Bible Software—contains the four completed books in the projected six-volume series.
The Question of God, a four-hour series on PBS, explores in accessible and dramatic style issues that preoccupy all thinking people today: What is happiness?How do we find meaning and purpose in. Seed is the pastor of a large church in Southern California.
Based on his experience answering difficult questions often posed by both Christians and non-Christians about God and Christianity, Seed wrote this book.4/5. This book is the 4th installment in NT Wright's "Christian Origins and the Question of God" series, and every one of the books is a work of genius.
"Paul and the Faithfulness of God" is a brilliant book, that will absolutely give you insights on Paul, and perhaps insights on God and God's work in the church, that you have never had before/5(57). If you could only have one book of the Bible, which would you choose.
Certainly, one of the four Gospels would be high on the list, but I would suggest considering the Book of Isaiah. Among all of the Old Testament books, it is a literary masterpiece. Its vivid use of images and visual descriptions is striking. Isaiah writes to anFile Size: KB.
Question: "How do we know that the Bible is the Word of God, and not the Apocrypha, the Qur’an, the Book of Mormon, etc.?" Answer: The question of which (if any) religious text is the true word of God is of utmost importance.
To avoid circular reasoning, the first question we must ask is: how would we know if God communicated in the first place. God is what grounds the existence of every contingent thing, making it possible, sustaining it through time, unifying it, giving it actuality.
God is. Armand Nicholi, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, gives an address based upon his recent book, "The Question of God: C.S.
Lewis and Sigmund Freud debate God, Love, Sex. “The book answers a lot of questions, shares the gospel, and the idea of getting a gift leaves a good impression, which increases visitor return rates.” Hal Seed. Revised and Updated in Order The God Questions Gift Edition Today.
Books $ Each 25 Pack $ ($ Each). THE QUESTION OF GOD Program One (1/2) TRANSCRIPT The Exalted Father. Armand Nicholi: Lewis, like Freud, associated the spiritual worldview with his father, recalling discussions in which the father encouraged him to attend church and become a believer.
44 quotes from The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life: ‘Does the spiritual worldview hinder fun. Like Freud a citizen of Vienna and a practicing psychotherapist, Dr.
Viktor Frankl also became a university professor and prolific author. His most widely read work is Man's Search For Meaning, a. The Resurrection of the Son of God is a book for scholars and those interested in the historical concept of resurrection and as specifically applied to Jesus Christ.
The author seeks to explain how the term resurrection was used and understood by both pagans (non-Jews and non-Christians in this context) and Jews/5.Does Habakkuk question God in his book? Of the three chapters in the book of Habakkuk, the first two are a dialogue between God and the prophet.
The main message is “the just shall live by his faith.” Habakkuk foresaw the disaster that Babylon was soon to bring upon Judah because of their sins, a disaster that would lead to their captivity.
Although Habakkuk alerted his nation of this. The Book of God reads like a novel, dramatizing the sweep of biblical events, bringing to life the men and women of this ancient book in vivid detail and dialogue.
From Abraham wandering in the desert to Jesus teaching the multitudes on a Judean hillside, this award-winning bestseller follows the biblical story in chronological order/5(47).