Two Old Posts about the Sensus Divinitatis

Theism and the Genetic Fallacy, Part II” by Keith Parsons

Parsons turns the tables on Alvin Plantinga and argues that the non-existence of a sensus divinitatis is evidence for the non-existence of God.

An Empirical Test of the Existence of Sensus Divintatus in Atheists” by Jim Lippard

If there is really an innate universal belief in God–or a natural direct perception of God, a sensus divinitatis, a mental faculty that allows direct basic knowledge of God’s existence–it seems to me that we should be able to find much stronger empirical evidence of it.

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