And Man Created God
Is God a Human Invention?
This book addresses one of the oldest questions posed to religious believers: If God made everything, who made God? Most recently raised again by the New Atheists, this question was asked centuries ago in ancient Greece and has fascinated theologians, philosophers, and skeptics ever since. Theologian Robert Banks explores the history of the objection--from its earliest vocalization in the ancient world to its most famous supporters, Freud, Marx, and others.
Ideal for anyone with an interest in issues related to the New Atheism, for those studying religion, or for believers wanting to sort out what (if any) elements of their ideas of God are man-made.