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God in the Age of Science? Herman Philipse. The main options may be presented as the end nodes of a decision tree for religious believers. The faithful can interpret a creedal statement e. If it is a truth claim, they can either be warranted to endorse it without evidence, or not. Finally, if evidence is needed, should its evidential support be assessed by the same logical criteria that we use in evaluating evidence in science, or not?

Each of these options has been defended by prominent analytic philosophers of religion. In part I Herman Philipse assesses these options and argues that the most promising for believers who want to be justified in accepting their creed in our scientific age is the Bayesian cumulative case strategy developed by Richard Swinburne. Using a 'strategy of subsidiary arguments', Philipse concludes 1 that theism cannot be stated meaningfully; 2 that if theism were meaningful, it would have no predictive power concerning existing evidence, so that Bayesian arguments cannot get started; and 3 that if the Bayesian cumulative case strategy did work, one should conclude that atheism is more probable than theism.

Philipse provides a careful, rigorous, and original critique of atheism in the world today. He has written numerous articles on modern philosophy and epistemology, and his most recent books are Atheistisch manifest Prometheus, , ; new edition Bert Bakker, , Heidegger's Philosophy of Being: A Critical Interpretation Princeton University Press, , and Filosofische polemieken Bert Bakker,

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God in the Age of Science?: A Critique of Religious Reason

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God in the Age of Science? Herman Philipse. The main options may be presented as the end nodes of a decision tree for religious believers. The faithful can interpret a creedal statement e. If it is a truth claim, they can either be warranted to endorse it without evidence, or not.

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God in the Age of Science?

This book is a critical examination of the philosophical strategies for defending religious belief. The main strategies may be presented as conforming to the end nodes of a decision tree for a believer. The faithful can interpret a credal statement e. If it is a factual claim, they can either be warranted to endorse it without evidence, etc. Finally, should religious belief require evidential support, then ought that support be assessed by the same criteria that we use in evaluating evidence in science, or not? Each of these op

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