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The Burden of Proof and the Presumption of Atheism

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The Burden of Proof and the Presumption of Atheism

by Which of the following alternatives is most reasonable: In the absence of evidence for God’s existence, it is still more reasonable to hold that God exists (theism). In the absence of evidence for God’s existence, it is more reasonable to conclude that God does not exist (atheism). In the absence of evidence for God’s

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Craig Evans On The Historicity of the Gospels Craig Evans On The Historicity of the Gospels

by Craig Evans on the historicity of the Gospels. This is another sneak peek from Christ 101:

Scott Hahn on the Importance of Apologetics Scott Hahn on the Importance of Apologetics

by From the Christ 101 program, Bill O’Reilly is an example of one who needs to brush up on his apologetic skills, while Scott Hahn talks about the importance of it. Christ 101 is an intensive 28 lesson program on defending Christ and the material is perfect for situations like this. For more info on

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Nihil Est Sine Ratione Nihil Est Sine Ratione

by Nihil Est Sine Ratione: A Defense of the Principle of Sufficient Reason (Chapter 1) - Leibniz once said that without the principle of sufficient reason, very little in philosophy and science could be demonstrated. In a similar vein, the contemporary Thomistic philosopher, Norris Clarke, has called the principle of sufficient reason the dynamic principle of metaphysics, since it

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On God

Are Miracles Improbable Because of Experience? Are Miracles Improbable Because of Experience?

by First, it is simply not true that we have an experience of the non-existence of miracles. The non-existence or non-occurrence of anything is never a matter of experience, because non-existence cannot ever be experienced. All experiences are positive in this sense. What the majority does have is the experience of never witnessing miracles. But

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The Burden of Proof and the Presumption of Atheism The Burden of Proof and the Presumption of Atheism

by Which of the following alternatives is most reasonable: In the absence of evidence for God’s existence, it is still more reasonable to hold that God exists (theism). In the absence of evidence for God’s existence, it is more reasonable to conclude that God does not exist (atheism). In the absence of evidence for God’s

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Fr.Dwight Longenecker On The New Atheists Fr.Dwight Longenecker On The New Atheists

by Why do the new atheists need to attack the most irrational of the Christian fold while ignoring the more sophisticated argumentation offered on behalf of Christian belief? This clip is taken from the Christ 101 video series. For more information click here.

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