Do We Need Philosophy of Religion Anymore?

This entire post, as well as its comments, are essential reading for anyone interested in the recent debate.LINK (HT: ex-apologist) … [Read more...]

Yes, Jerry, You Have the Right to Criticize the PoR

After having the audacity to publicly respond to Jerry Coyne's criticism of a previous blog post--the horror!-Jerry Coyne continues to block me from posting comments on his web site. In a recent post, he endorses John Loftus's call for the end of the philosophy of religion at secular universities. But he also begins his post with what I assume is a veiled response to me. In my revised response to Coyne, I wrote: Since Coyne is a professional biologist, not a philosopher, he is not an expert on … [Read more...]

Decisive Refutation of the Kalam Cosmological Argument

I don't know how to force this Patheos blog into causing an old post to show up as a new post in the RSS feed for the blog, so I've created a new post to link back to the old one. Comments on this page will be closed; please comment on the old one.LINK … [Read more...]

Paul Draper on “What Is Philosophy of Religion?”

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Taylor Carr Responds to Atheist Critics of Philosophy of Religion

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Atheist Critics of Philosophy of Religion

There are some atheists (such as Boghossian and Coyne, among others) who criticize the philosophy of religion as undeserving of respect. They unwittingly contradict themselves by ... doing philosophy of religion! (Hint: if you're writing about how God is fictional, faith is an unreliable epistemology, etc., you're doing philosophy of religion whether you know it or not.) … [Read more...]

Hard-Hitting Critique of WLC’s Moral Argument by John Danaher “Necessary Moral Truths and Theistic Metaethics”

To be precise, this paper applies to WLC's moral argument for God's existence as follows.1. WLC argues that God exists because objective moral values and duties exist.2. Critics (theist, agnostic, and atheist) of WLC's moral argument have pointed out that, according to one version of moral realism, moral truths are necessary truths. Necessary truths neither have nor need an explanation. Therefore, God isn't needed to explain necessary moral truths and, hence, isn't needed to explain o … [Read more...]

New by Paul Draper: God and the Burden of Proof

See the attachment below."God and the Burden of Proof" by Paul Draper (2014) … [Read more...]


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