Naturalism: its glory


Naturalism’s and science’s glory is the ever-changing fount of knowledge, notwithstanding fellow skeptic Joh L.Schellenberg’s protestations against naturalists relying on science. Now, contrary to many, we are not scientistic, relying only on science, but any other venue of knowledge must rest on evidence. And haughty John Haught excoriates us naturalists for denying other avenues of knowledge but begs that question of other venues.

     Rem B. Edwards cries that we naturalists beg the question in not allowing the supernatural as it is just as comprehensive as naturalism, but no, rather he begs the question in that supernaturalism violates the principle of parsimony, resting on convoluted, ad hoc assumptions.

   ” Logic is the bane of theists.” Fr. Griggs

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