Monday, 11 August 2014

Strange Notions: In Defence of Classic Theism

Strange Notions: In Defence of Classic Theism


'Because of what the classical theist takes God to be, she contends that there is something so fundamentally absurd about God's non-existence that questions of probability calculations and scientific discoveries are superfluous or distracting at best, and circular at worst (as science can hardly explain the material it presupposes in order to explain things).'


Article by Steven Dillon

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