Sunday, October 31, 2010

L 5.24

Wes Morriston tries to show that there is no difference between a personal creator and an impersonal creator where causality is concerned. He concludes “So the Kalam argument fails” on p. 86.

Even if Morriston is correct in his rebuttal of Craig regarding a personal creator, only one part of the Kalam argument has failed, not the entire argument. Loftus didn’t specify this so it seems that he is referring to the argument as a whole.

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