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At the Origins of Modern Atheism

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Michael J. Buckley traces the argument that informed the rise of modern atheism, finding that this unprecedented denial of God developed out of the very strategies employed to counter it.
Paperback, 253 pages
Published August 29th 1990 by Yale University Press
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Monsignor Michael Buckley, born in Cork, Ireland in 1924, devotes his life to working for peace and Christian Unity. He was Director of the first Christian Unity and Pastoral Centre established in England in 1966, was appointed as the English representative of the Vatican, founded the El Shaddai Community for Inner Healing in 1983, and was Religious Advisor to Yorkshire Television from 1968 to ...more
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