Knihovnička

Primární studijní materiál
[1] Bible

Knihy populárnějšího zaměření
[2] Dawkins R., Boží blud. Academia, 2009.
[3] Harris Sam, Letter to a Chistian Nation. Vintage, 2008.
[4] Harris Sam, The End of Faith. W.W. Norton & Company, 2004.
[5] Hitchens Christopher, God Is Not Great. Twelve, 2009.

Odbornější publikace
[6] Dennett Daniel C., Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon. Penguin, 2007.
[7] Ehrman Bart D., God’s Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question — Why We Suffer. HarperOne, 2009.
[8] Ehrman Bart D., Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why. HarperOne, 2007
[9] Ehrman Bart D., Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden Contradictions in the Bible (And Why We Don’t Know About Them). HarperOne, 2010.

Nemohu soudit, nečetl jsem; mám v plánu přečíst, sháním.
[10] Atran Scot, In Gods We Trust: The Evolutionary Landscape of Religion (Evolution and Cognition). Oxford University Press, 2002
[11] Harris Sam, The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values. Free Press, 2010.
[12] Craig A. James, The Religion Virus: Why We Believe in God: An Evolutionist Explains Religion’s Incredible Hold on Humanity. O Books, 2010.
[13] Stenger J. Victor, God: The Failed Hypothesis. How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist. Prometheus Books, 2008.
[14] Ehrman, Bart D., Forged: Writing in the Name of God–Why the Bible’s Authors Are Not Who We Think They Are. HarperOne, 2011.
[15] Murdock D.M., Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of The Christ. Stellar House Publishing, LLC, 2007.

Kontroverzní knihy
[16] Jonasz Roman, Byl jsem knězem: Skutečná tvář katolické církve. Eko-konzult, 2003.

Výhledově přečíst, mohlo by být zajímavé
[17] Price Robert M., Jesus Is Dead. American Atheist Press, 2007.
[18] Doherty Earl, Jesus: Neither God Nor Man – The Case for a Mythical Jesus. Age of Reason Publications, 2009.
[19] Doherty Earl, The Jesus Puzzle: Did Christianity Begin with a Mythical Christ? Challenging the Existence of an Historical Jesus. Age of Reason Publications, 2005.
[20] Friedman E. Richard, Who Wrote the Bible? Harper One, 1987.
[21] Ray W. Darrel, The God Virus: How religion infects our lives and culture. IPC Press, 2009.
[22] Price, Robert M., Deconstructing Jesus. Prometheus Books, 2000.
[23] Loftus, John W., The Christian Delusion: Why Faith Fails. Prometheus Books, 2010.
[24] Doherty Earl, Challenging the Verdict: A Cross-Examination of Lee Strobel’s “The Case for Christ”. Age of Reason Publications,Canada, 2001.
[25] Loftus John W., The End of Christianity. Prometheus Books, 2011.

Obhajoba křesťanství a polemika s ateistickými argumenty – velmi stojí za to si přečíst!
[26] D’Souza, Dinesh D., What’s So Great About Christianity. Regnery Publishing, 2007.
[27] McGrath Alister, The Dawkins Delusion?: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine. IVP Books, 2007.
[28] Více autorů (sborník), Dawkins pod mikroskopem: Diskuse nad knihou Richarda Dawkinse Boží blud. Centrum pro studium demokracie a kultury, 2010.

V diskuzi pod článkem bych přivítal tipy na další zajímavé knížky. Zejména bych uvítal tipy na knihy, hájící křesťanství proti argumentům ateistů.

206 Responses to Knihovnička

  1. Medea says:

    Dve veľké protestantské vyznania – Augsburgské a II. helvétske:

    Augsburgské vyznanie: http://www.patmos.sk/ecavpo/web/sk/index.jsp?id=50122

    II. helvetské vyznání: http://polaris.nazory.cz/helvetica.html

  2. Medea says:

    Zjednodušená verzia Gödelovho ontologického dôkazu v podaní Petra Hájka: http://www.ulozto.sk/xpug4Kv/godeluv-ontologicky-dukaz-petr-hajek-pdf

    P.S.:
    Pozor, nemýliť si výborného českého logika, prof. Petra Hájka, s Klausovým šašom.

  3. Medea says:

    Ako znel jazyk Ježiša Krista? Asi takto (otčenáš po aramejsky): http://v-a.com/bible/Lords_Prayer.html

    O aramejčine: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aramaic_language

  4. Shadowman says:

    A Manual for Creating Atheists od Petera Boghossiana

    A Manual for Creating Atheists offers the first-ever guide not for talking people into faith–but for talking them out of it. 🙂

    OBSAH

    Foreword by Michael Shermer
    Born-Again Atheist

    Chapter 1: Street Epistemology
    Introduces Street Epistemology and the purpose of the book: To give people the conversational tools to talk people out of their faith and help them embrace reason.

    Chapter 2: Faith
    Clarifies and examines the terms “faith,” “atheist,” and “agnostic.” Articulates faith as an epistemology, underscores the fact that faith claims are knowledge claims, and then briefly articulates the problem and danger of faith.

    Chapter 3: Doxastic Closure, Belief, and Epistemology
    Describes the pathology of closed belief systems, how people’s belief systems become immune to revision, argues for the idea that faithbased beliefs can be changed, and explores the study of knowledge (epistemology) as it pertains to changes in belief.

    Chapter 4: Interventions and Strategies
    Draws from diverse peer-reviewed literature and provides broad conversational strategies readers can use when attempting to liberate subjects of their faith.

    Chapter 5: Enter Socrates
    Details and explains how the use of the Socratic method is employed to help people abandon their faith.

    Chapter 6: After the Fall
    Explains what goes in faith’s place once it’s been removed.

    Chapter 7: Anti-Apologetics 101
    Explores common responses in the defense of faith and explains effective answers specifically designed to facilitate belief change.

    Chapter 8: Faith and the Academy
    Discusses the failure of contemporary academia in dealing with faith, argues that educators should give faith-based claims no countenance in the classroom, and offers a roadmap to disabuse students of epistemological relativism.

    Chapter 9: Containment Protocols
    Reconceptualizes the problem of faith, sets goals, looks ahead, and suggests strategies to stop the spread of faith. Includes a section on how to raise a child with a skeptical mind-set.

  5. Michal says:

    Koukám že to vyjde až prvního listopadu. No to si teda koupím! 🙂

  6. Michal says:

    Protestante, těšíš se, až z tebe udělám podle toho manuálu ateistu? 🙂

  7. Medea says:

    Jan Calvin: Instituce – Učení křesťanského náboženství. Komenského evangelická fakulta bohoslovecká, Praha, 1951.: http://www.hcjb.cz/pdf/kalvin.pdf

  8. Shadowman says:

    klasika Davida Humea Dialogy o přirozeném náboženství v překladu Tomáše Marvana od nakl. dybbuk | kosmas.cz / e-kniha

  9. Medea says:

    Tri základné vyznania na jednej stránke: http://www.patmos.sk/ecavpo/web/sk/index.jsp?id=50148

  10. Medea says:

    Pravoslavné křesťanství: http://www.orthodoxia.cz/

  11. Medea says:

    Max Tegmark: Our Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality.

    Pekná, pythagorejsko-platónsky ladená knižka 🙂

  12. Medea says:

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  13. S.V.H. says:

    Christian Downloads:
    http://www.christiandl.com/index.php?topic=69609.0
    Rozsáhlá databáze křesťanských knih (cca 6300). Je to pomalé a těžkopádné a většina z toho bude asi škvár, ale dají se tam najít zajímavé tituly.

  14. Medea says:

    Michal, možno by Ťa mohli zaujať kresťanské apológie z prvých storočí kresťanstva. Tieto dielka môžu poslúžiť ako okienka do myslí (vzdelaných) raných kresťanov.

    Už som spomínala rétoricky kvalitné (ale filozoficky slabé) apológie právnika Tertulliána, ktorý však nemal rád filozofiu 🙂 Teraz spomeniem prvého kresťanského filozofa – Justina Martýra (100-165), ktorý napísal dve apológie (Prvá apológia, Druhá apológia) a Dialóg s Tryfónom. Filozoficky založený bol aj zakladateľ alexandrijskej teologickej školy – Klement z Alexandrie (150-215). Napísal napr. apologetický spis Protreptikos. Tiež Ti môžem odporučiť apológiu List Diognetovi z 2. storočia alebo Origenov spis Contra Celsum, napísaný okolo roku 248. A samozrejme, že by som Ti ešte mohla odporučiť Augustinove spisy: Vyznania a O obci Božej, z doby triumfujúceho kresťanstva (žil 354-430) 🙂

    Ako som už hovorila, spomínané dielka poskytnú zaujímavý náhľad do myslí prvých kresťanov a môžeš sa pobaviť aj silou/slabosťou ich argumentov (a prípadne napísať o tom nejaký článok/články) 😉

    Anglické preklady spomínaných textov môžeš nájsť napr. tu: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers (ale dajú sa dohľadať aj preklady v češtine).

    Najčastejšie sa raní apologéti oháňajú údajnou dávnovekosťou Biblie, jej údajne splnenými proroctvami, správami o Ježišových divoch, morálnosťou kresťanov, “božským” usporiadaním sveta a teologickými interpretáciami významných starých filozofov.

    • Medea says:

      Povedala by som, že spisy týchto antických apologétov predstavujú celkom jasné a osviežujúce čítanie, v porovnaní s hmlistou, uhýbavou a slizkou rétorikou kresťanských (post)modernistov 😉