• Book on Infinity and God

    I know that I have said this before, but I am very sorry for being scarce on the blog just now. Work is full on just now, as well as having heaps to do on the writing and editing front (and a talk to do at Bournemouth University tonight). One book I am editing is in the final stages. The book is by James A. Lindsay and is called Dot, Dot, Dot: Infinity Plus God Equals Folly. I have managed to get Vic Stenger to write the foreword for it, too, which is great. The book is an easy-to digest mathematical treatise on infinity and its application to the concept of God, which, given the nature of infinity, becomes more and more abstract to the point of non-existence (looking also at ontological arguments). I am really enjoying the book, which has now largely been re-written to make a coherent narrative as opposed to its original form of unconnected essays. James has done a great job on making it a greatly readable and fascinating book.

    Listen out for more news on the book.

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    Article by: Jonathan MS Pearce