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The Non-Existence of God 1,2- Reasoning About God, Reformed Epistemology


Introductory chapters. Everitt argues first that reason can and should be applied to the idea of God, and then confronts Plantinga’s reformed epistemology, saying that belief in God is not properly basic, and even if it was, it wouldn’t make anyone feel better about believing something because a justified belief would be acceptable ethically to have, but not substantiated as probably true.

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