A collection of Blaise Pascal’s apologetic writings compiled after his death. It is the basis for the concept known as “Pascal’s Wager,” that is, everyone bets with their lives whether or not God exists. He proposes it is better to wager that God exists: "If you win, you win all; if you lose, you lose nothing." (p.65)
Blaise Pascal (1623 – 1662) was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer, and Christian philosopher. One of his many claims to fame is that he invented the mechanical calculator. In 1654, in the middle of the night Pascal had an intense vision from God, after which he immediately became a believer. He wore a reminder of his faith carefully sewn into his coat. His most influential theological work, the Pensees (‘Thoughts’), was not published until after his death.
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