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A Counter-possible Objection to Natural Theology

Here’s an interesting argument I stumbled across recently, written by somebody I know, through a skype group, named Lance: The ‘what if God commanded something horrific?’ objection to DCT and W.L. Craig’s moral argument. I was inclined to be dismissive of … Continue reading

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Morriston Missing the Mark

A friend recently asked me to take a more careful look at Morriston’s response to William Lane Craig’s argument for God’s existence from the reality of objective moral values and duties, or, rather, at least to the logic of Craig’s … Continue reading

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