A classic work of religious philosophy, "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" is David Hume's examination of the nature of God. David Hume's philosophy, empiricism, rests upon the idea that all rational belief must be supported by experiential evidence. It is within the scope of this philosophy that Hume examines the nature of God and asks the question as to whether or not man's belief in God can be supported by experience. This exposition takes place in the guise of a dialogue between three characters who each take different points of view on the subject. "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" is an interesting examination of faith from a philosophical perspective and a must read for any student of philosophy or religion.
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January 01, 2006
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