Morally sufficient reasons that aren’t logically necessary

I think there is a larger problem for a theist when we think about morally sufficient reasons for God allowing evil/ suffering insofar as if we add the clause "logically necessary". Maybe I can illustrate my point by an example. Suppose I say that for all we know the reason why God allowed Jones to …

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Fine-tuning argument commits the fallacy of ignoring background information

It seems that the fine-tuning argument might commit the fallacy of ignoring relevant background knowledge that we have regarding design and intelligence. Many times in history, we have seen that we tend to impose design or intelligence on things in nature that can be explained eventually by natural processes. Given this fact, it seems like …

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A critique of William Lane Craig’s invincible version of Holy Spirit epistemology

Philosopher and theologian, William Lane Craig, argues that one can be rationally justified and warranted in accepting his/her experience of God or The Holy Spirit as evidence for the truth of theism and Christian theism. In fact, this sort of belief is properly basic, not inferred from other beliefs. I agree with Craig that this …

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