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The Case Against Christianity 1: Basis of Christian Belief


Martin is trying to evaluate the reasons people give for believing Christianity is true, including epistemic reasons and moral reasons. I don’t think he makes a good case that epistemic reasons are separate from moral ones.

Note # 15 points out Aquinas’ statement that the spread of Christianity cannot be explained by naturalistic causes is “surely dubious” but doesn’t explain why. Can we expect an explanation later, or is assertion his style of argument?

Much time is spent criticizing Plantinga’s epistemology.

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