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Good News in the Battle Against Atheistic Naturalism

A Tale of Three Philosophers: Nagel, Plantinga, and Feser
Over a decade ago Philip Johnson determined that it was not evolution that was the biggest hurdle for believers in dealing with science, but rather the naturalistic philosophy on which science is based. This is as true today as it was then. So it’s important to take note when turning points in the “Battle against Naturalism” are reached. Several books by prominent authors have begun to suggest a new understanding of the relationship between naturalism and science – much to the distress of naturalism’s adherents and equally to the joy of its detractors! We’ll take some time to dig into these new developments and discuss their value in our shared goal to promote God’s Kingdom!
Bruce Phillips

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