They Must Affirm God Before They Deny Him

Reformed Protestants contend that there must be a specifically Protestant defense of all Christian doctrines. In Reformed theology the argument is that all our doctrines are interdependent. The major doctrines imply other doctrines. For example our doctrine of the atonement, will to some extent, influence our doctrine of God. Cornelius Van Til, describing the difference … Continue reading They Must Affirm God Before They Deny Him

Analysis of Premise 1 of the Natural Argument of the Existence of God

Are premises 1 & 2 plausibly more true than false. First looking at premise 1 we may see and obvious objection. It may look in a form similar to this, “If everything that exists has an explanation for its existence, then what about God?” Obviously if this argument is for the existence of God then … Continue reading Analysis of Premise 1 of the Natural Argument of the Existence of God

A Natural Argument for the Existence of God

Natural Arguments for the Existence of God First the question is “what makes for a good argument”? What philosophers generally mean when they use the word “argument” is “a series of statements or premises leading to a conclusion”. The arguments I want to use are deductive. First however, I would like to start with a … Continue reading A Natural Argument for the Existence of God