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Bolstering the Argument from Non-Belief

  • Victor Cosculluela (a1)
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Does widespread non-acceptance of Christianity constitute evidence for the non-existence of God? Theodore M. Drange has recently claimed that this question requires an affirmative answer if certain widely held views about God are presupposed; if God is construed in a certain way, an ‘Argument from Non-belief’ can be developed for the non-existence of God. I hope to show that a crucial premise of Drange's argument, one for which he provides only weak Biblical evidence, can be defended by means of an a priori argument.

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1 Drange, Theodore M., ‘The Argument from Non-belief’, Religious Studies 29 (1993), 417–32.

2 Drange, 431–32.

3 Drange, 418.

4 Drange, 419–20.

5 Drange, 421–22.

6 Drange, 420.

7 Barker, Kenneth, ed., The NIV Study Bible, 10th Anniversary Edition (Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1995), XV.

8 Barker, 1727.

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