These chapters constitute an Epilogue to Adler’s proposed theory. In it, he attempts to face the challenges his theory presents and how he makes the final “step” from logical argument to actually positing the existence of God.
1. How does Adler argue for this concluding step, bridging the leap from philosophical argument to theistic acceptance, that there really is a God?
2. List at least three key attributes of the God that Adler accepts as real?
3. List at least three positive results in a person’s life that would likely result from such a reality?
4. How does Adler’s argument differ from other cosmological arguments?
5. Why does it matter?