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Entries Tagged as 'Antony Flew'

Contemporary Philosophy of Religion and NCEA Religious Studies: Part two

October 19th, 2017 No Comments

This is a talk I gave to the New Zealand Association of Philosophy Teachers annual conference at St Cutherberts College in September this year. Several people have asked me to make this talk available. I have broken my talk up into four parts. Part One introduces what philosophy of religion. In part two I will outline two […]

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Contra Mundum: God, Proof and Faith

October 1st, 2009 11 Comments

Since the 17th century one of the most common sceptical objections to the Christian faith is the claim that belief in God is irrational because his existence has never been successfully proven. For centuries theologians and philosophers have proposed a range of arguments for the existence of God; sceptics not only contend every one of […]

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Antony Flew v William Lane Craig debate “Does God Exist?”

April 26th, 2009 3 Comments

In 1948 Bertrand Russell and Frederick Copleston debated the existance of God on the BBC radio. That debate was considered the definitive debate of that generation. Fifty years later, to commemorate this debate, a debate re-examining the arguments for and against the existence of God was arranged between William Lane Craig and Antony Flew before […]

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