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The Bridge of Reason: Ten Steps to See God

Narrated by: Joshua Rasmussen
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Philosophy
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Why does anything exist? Why do you exist? Is there any way to know for sure? This book is for truth-seekers who desire a rational understanding of the world. The author is a professor of philosophy who specializes in the philosophy of mind and the foundations of existence. The purpose of this book is to help you discover a truth about the foundation of reality that can transform your life.

This book provides a step-by-step guide to its conclusion. No step is taken on faith. Instead, the steps comprise a bridge of reason leading to sight of the greatest possible treasure.

©2018 Joshua Rasmussen (P)2018 Joshua Rasmussen

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The best philosophical argument for God!

Excellent book! So much fun listening to this one. Extremely ambitious! Very abstract reasoning. Listeners probably need an introduction to philosophy from a very strong, analytic style to appreciate the details. I'll probably listen to this again, and again.... One of the best arguments for the existence of God! Very similar in broad brushstrokes to Saint Thomas Aquinas' "Third Way". Highly recommended!

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In depth explanation of old ideas.

Many years ago I took a course in symbolic logic. As I remember, it explored Plato's argument that if we exist, God must exist, and if God doesn't exist we cannot either. I didn't understand then. Years later I read a similar argument by C.S. Lewis. His explanation was better, but I still didn't understand completely. This book cleared it up for me. It's a lengthy but lucid explanation of a very old argument.