One of the world's best-known philosophers argues that there is no good or sufficient natural reason to believe: (a) that the universe is created by a conscious, personal, willing, and doing Being; (b) that such a Being has provided his (or her or its) creatures with a Revelation; or (c) that we should either hope or fear some future for ourselves after our deaths.
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