Peter Steinberger on the question of God's existence
This week our featured book is The Problem with God: Why Atheists, True Believers, and Even Agnostics Must All Be Wrong, by Peter J. Steinberger. In today’s post, we have the introduction to The Problem with God, in which Steinberger explains his claim that the question of God’s existence is “literally a non-question,” that it is “it is literally, utterly, completely, entirely and eternally impossible even to conceive of what a meaningful answer would look like.”
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In the pages available to preview I was taken surprised that no mention was made of the emptiness construct in buddhist thought, especially as it matured in the Tibetan tradition.