Some people argue that it is irrational to believe in God, since his existence cannot be tested empirically. Does this argument make philosophical sense?Read More
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COMING IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-1: The SCS website will have articles by Stephen Barr, Patrick McNamara, M. Anthony Mills, Berta Moritz, Sofia Carozza, Patrick Harrison, Michael Tkacz, and Aaron Schurger.
September 2020 article: "Cosmic Order and the Evidence for God," by Stephen M. Barr