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William Lane Craig on Does the Vastness of the Universe Support Naturalism?

If a small universe is evidence for theism, is a vast universe evidence for atheism? I want to consider Craig’s reply to this, but before I do that I should introduce some basic concepts about the symmetry of evidence; that … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig, presentism, Zeno’s paradox, and the Kalam

I have been puzzled by how Craig’s Aristotelian solution to Zeno’s paradoxes is consistent with presentism. I finally got around to reading the part of his book that explains this. If I am understanding his view correctly, it seems that … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig says he does not know how they would respond to his three points against Atheistic Moral Platonism

In this video Craig offers three criticisms to what he calls atheistic moral Platonism. (I suspect Christian Platonists about morality, like Terence Cuneo, would object to this term. And, I have never seen any metaethicist ever use this term. It … Continue reading

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A tension between Divine Command Theory and the Ontological Argument

I think there is a tension between Craig’s DCT and the intuitive way to think about the Ontological argument.  Before I get into that, I should recap a recent euthyphro dialectic involving William Alston, Jeremy Koons, and William Lane Craig. … Continue reading

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The Kalam, taxicab fallacy, and atemporal causation

In this post I criticize the Kalam argument, but first some preliminary remarks about theistic views on God and time. Craig has a hybrid view of God and time where God is timeless sans creation and in time since the … Continue reading

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