proof from logic alone of the immortal nature of the human soul
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Thanks for answering, Grasshopper.

I read the rest of the book, and liked it, but I have little to compare it with, so I don't think I can say how iron-clad the rest of it is. The only part I keep going back to is this part, about the immortal nature of the human soul - the rest seems easier to me.

It seems to require good will on the part of the reader, and it is definitely challenging that way. For example, in the introduction it says basically the reason most people reject the Church is because of the moral teachings, and attachment to sin, not because its teaching lacks reason or clarity.

Maybe it's necessary first to accept the existence of God. I'm just guessing that, since the book argues for this before it argues for the immortal nature of the human soul. Maybe this is what's necessary first, rather than divine revelation, per se.
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