review of David Ray Griffin's book--God Exists But Gawd Does Not (2016)
David Ray Griffin employs the term “anatheism” (ana-theism) for describing a natural scientific return to theism, by moving logically from traditional theism to atheism to panentheism. Griffin shows how natural scientific reasoning leads from commitment to traditional theism (“Gawd” exists) to modern atheism (“Gawd” does not exist), then from modern atheism to [constructive postmodern] Whiteheadian panentheism (“God” does exist).
Anatheism, traditional theism, atheism, panentheism
Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Comparative Philosophy | History of Philosophy | Metaphysics | Other Philosophy | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Amazon.com customer book review
Walker, Theodore, "Amazon book review of David Ray Griffin's God Exists But Gawd Does Not (2016)" (2016). Perkins Faculty Research and Special Events. 6.
Comparative Methodologies and Theories Commons, Comparative Philosophy Commons, History of Philosophy Commons, Metaphysics Commons, Other Philosophy Commons, Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion Commons