Monday, March 2, 2009

 

Scientists and Philosophy of Religion

Professor Smith's God and Darwin at The Right Coast, is good, tho not entirely right. I'm just working on a paper I'll send him: "The Concealment Argument: Why Christians Should Be Agnostics." Logic and Biblical evidence suggest that God wishes that some but not all humans become convinced of His existence and desires. If so, this suggests that attempts to either prove or disprove such things as God's existence, past miracles, or present supernatural intervention are doomed to failure, because God could and would take care to evade any such efforts.

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