Lecture 16: Miracles (part 4)
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If you believe in naturalism as a worldview, miracles are impossible. Since a naturalist worldview says everything is determined and thought is only adaptive, the ability to have free rational thought to logically evaluate naturalism undercuts the naturalist position.
Miracles (part 4)
I. The Cardinal Difficulty of Naturalism (Chapter 3)
A. Naturalism vs. theism
B. Are our faculties adaptively-aimed or truth-aimed?
II. Net Result
A. A naturalist worldview precludes the possibility of a miracle happening
B. Exception to the laws of nature.
C. Conscience: A further difficulty in naturalism (chapter 5)
D. Two main proposals for the foundation of morality
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