Brian Leftow proposes a certain type of evidence in favor of the possibility premise of the modal ontological argument, which is the key premise in the modal ontological argument. Leftow says that people report having experiences of God (religious experiences). He says this serves as evidence that it is possible that a Maximally Great Being … Continue reading Response to Leftow on the Ontological Argument
I see Dr. Craig use the phrase, "It's not improbable that God raised Jesus," usually in a debate, after someone says that the probability of a person coming back to life (resurrection) is extremely low. Craig agrees and says resurrection is only improbable if it occurs naturally. In other words, the only thing that is … Continue reading My worries with William Lane Craig’s claim, “It’s not improbable that God raised Jesus”
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 … Continue reading A critique of William Lane Craig’s invincible version of Holy Spirit epistemology
Lately I have been reading up on scientific and philosophical works dealing with the issue of the innate belief in God in humans. It comes in various forms. Some propose that we have an innate belief in God or that we come to believe in God because it is comfortable and because of their fear … Continue reading Would it be surprising that we have a God “gene” or innate belief in God on theism?
For the Kalam Argument, Bill Craig says that his argument is subject to the criticism that the cause of the universe might not exist anymore.Could this possibly be true? MaybeLikely? I don't think so.The cause that Craig discovers from the argument is that this cause is:Timeless, spaceless, immaterial, eternal, unchanging, personal. and uncaused.I think it … Continue reading William Lane Craig: An objection and response to Bill Craig’s cosmological argument for God’s existence
The argument for the existence of God from contingency was an argument that was originally proposed by the Philosopher Gottfried Leibniz. Some Philosophers of the theist tradition noticed some seemingly errors in the original argument. The argument as it has been reformulated today is as follows: 1. Everything that exists has an explanation of its … Continue reading An argument for the existence of God: The Argument From Contingency