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Paradise Lost: The Problem with God Belief as Properly Basic

Christian philosopher William Lane Craig has written that one’s experience of God can be properly basic for the believer in the same way that, say, the hearing of a piece of music is properly basic for the hearer. It’s an experience … Continue reading

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The Sensus Dubium: William Lane Craig on What to Do about Doubts (and What You Should Really Do about Doubts)

If you are an evangelical Christian, and you start to doubt the claims of Christianity, here’s my summary of the three key things that philosopher William Lane Craig, of Talbot Theological Seminary, advises you to do: Doubt your doubts. Instead of doubt, rely on your inner … Continue reading

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