This week’s Prager University lesson tackles the age-old religious debate – is there a God, and how should one approach the question? The lesson takes a practical view of that issue.
Even if you don’t believe in God, do you wish you did? Even if you’re an atheist or an agnostic, is there still good reason to act religiously? Peter Kreeft, philosophy professor at Boston College, explains why even atheists should want there to be a God, and how acting as if there is one may actually lead to you believing it.