Prove God!

This is a post I’m re-blogging from The Cartesian Theist:

Prove God! [Part1]

This has to be the single most commonly made demand on me as a theist on the internet. Curiously I don’t recall ever having been given this demand in a real conversation (that is a conversation which takes place fact to face for those of you who still communicate in the old-fashioned way!) but one that only happens on the web. I have no idea if there’s something to that or not.

I am going to defend the view that this is an unreasonable request and therefore, if I am right, not meeting an unreasonable request is quite reasonable.

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…it is not just scholars and ministers

1Peter 3:15 says,  “but in your hearts regard Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you;”

To that end, I’m reading Philosophical Foundations For A Christian Worldview. They make this observation about Christians:

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