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Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television (1978) is a book by Jerry Mander, who argues that many of the problems with television are inherent in the medium and technology itself, and thus cannot be reformed. Mander spent 15 years in the advertising business, including five as president and partner of Freeman, Mander & Gossage, San Francisco, a nationally-known advertising agency. In an interview with Nancho.
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These arguments, particularly the nonbelief argument, are aimed squarely and effectively at evangelical concepts of god. Drange uses Biblical support to show that god wants everyone to be saved and "come to know the truth" by the time they physically die, and yet we observe that even after 2000 years only 33% of humanity is Christian (and by the way, that number is dropping). The book asks why an omniscient God would cause such beings if evil would result. Non-existence (different from physical death), or not causing them, is evil - something God does not do by definition, thus creation. God isresponsible only for the POSSIBILITY of evil. Other beings make evil actual. Their existence outweighs the resulting mere possibility of evil, by definition. The book claims "creating" something implies a prior lack, inconsistent with a perfect God.
The first two arguments are about television indirectly, focusing on placing a medium between the individual and reality, and the commercialization of this medium respe While I'm sympathetic to the intentions of the book overall I found the ideas scattered and not presented as well as I would've hoped. Aug 16, 2009 Mark Singer rated it really liked it.
Bad Arguments for the "Problem" of Evil; BahnsenApologetics.
The two major arguments in support of nonexistence, the more established Argument from Evil and the recent Argument from Nonbelief, are explored individually and in parallel development. ISBN13: 9781573922289.
Arguments of this kind are called inductive arguments. Sometimes the term inductive is used for any non-deductive argument, sometimes for this specific kind. To avoid confusion, well call the broad class of non-deductive arguments, evidential arguments, and will reserve the term inductive for the narrower class. Note also that well discuss induction more specifically in a couple of weeks. II. The Problem(s) of Evil Last time we considered a deductive argument posing the Problem of Evil for theism (here slightly modified): (1) If God existed, shed be omniscient, omnipotent, good (OOG).