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36 Arguments for the Existence of God by Rebecca Goldstein
In 36 Arguments for the Existence of God, Professor Cass Seltzer is, as one magazine called him, an atheist with a soul. He has written a bestselling book on atheism, and the most popular and famous part of the book is the appendix where he presents and then refutes the 36 arguments for the existence of God. Now that he's achieved fame, he begins to question the forces that affect his life. He longs for the return of his girlfriend, the beautiful and highly intelligent Lucinda Mandelbaum. He also remembers his mentor and colleague, Dr. Jonas Elijah Klapper, who helped frame Cass' views of religion. Rebecca Goldstein's novel has received positive reviews with the Christian Science Monitor saying, "Thoughtful, witty, and - I cannot stress enough - really entertaining, 36 Arguments is part campus comedy, part romantic farce, part philosophical treatise. It is also, without question, the smartest kid in class."