Darwin, God and the Meaning of Life: Wrapping up Religion
Stewart-Williams (Steve)
Source: Stewart-Williams (Steve) - Darwin, God and the Meaning of Life, Chapter 7
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  1. Chapter 7 deals with a common response to the types of arguments discussed thus far, namely, that they only deal with a traditional, anthropomorphic conception of God. Many claim that the God they believe in is something far grander and more refined than this traditional conception; it is Ultimate Reality, or the Ground of All Being, or the condition for the existence of anything, etc.
  2. Maybe such a vision of God is immune to the universal acid of Darwinism. Then again, maybe it's not. This is the subject matter of Chapter 7, the final chapter of Part I.

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Footnote 1: Taken from Chapter 1 ("Stewart-Williams (Steve) - Darwin, God and the Meaning of Life: Darwin and the Big Questions").

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