Yasa, Metin
September 2002
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2002, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p103
Academic Journal
This paper focuses on the validity of two different faces of atheism: The atheological interpretation of the God concept, and the claim of "believe as you see". Two faces relates not only to ancient thoughts but also to the religious beliefs and modern scientific data. However, the claim of "believe as you see" is an essential part of the God concept.


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