This is a review of the sixth essay in the book Contending with Christianity’s Critics.
Dawkins’s Best Argument Against God’s Existence by Gregory E. Ganssle
Didn’t we already have this? Not really. Unlike the earlier essay by Craig, Ganssle goes for a much higher-level summary of Dawkins’ argument:
- A universe made by God would be different from one made by only natural occurrences.
- Our universe fits better with a naturalistic universe than with a theistic universe.
- Therefore, our universe is more likely to be a naturalistic universe than a theistic universe. (p75)
Also unlike Craig, I think Ganssle manages to present the argument in a form that Dawkins would be content with. I certainly am. The idea here is to treat naturalism and theism as hypotheses that make predictions about the sort of entities and events we should observe, and compare these predictions against what we do observe.
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