Increase in No Religion?
SLevinson at law.utexas.edu
Sun Aug 7 15:45:36 PDT 2005
All that I am suggesting is that religious claims are of a wide variety, some depending on revelation (as you correctly suggest) and others that depend on arguments whose premises do not appeal to such notions. What I am saying is that a religious claim should not be dismissed out of hand, but the arguments offered for it assessed on their merits.
I think we are in fundamental agreement, but I do wonder whether anyone on the list who believes in revealed truths (and who make recourse to such truths as part of their arguments) could possibly join in.
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