CA84 Why I Am An Atheist



There are five reasons, broadly, why I’m an atheist: 

I. We don’t need God to explain anything.

II. There are few phenomena that are better explained by theistic models than by atheistic models.

III. There are many phenomena that are better explained by atheistic models than by theistic models.

IV. Theism is more metaphysically profligate than naturalism as an explanation.

V. Theism suffers from various internal problems.

We discuss each of these reasons, abductive atheology, and several issues related to atheism.

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Transcript 

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Abductive Atheology – Timothy Perrine & Stephen Wykstra

Paul Draper’s Case for Naturalism (with transcript)

Graham Oppy explains “The Best Argument Against God”

Richard Swinburne on building a cumulative case

A few thoughts on what it means to be an atheist

On Atheism’s Intuitive Appeal:

100,000 Years

God’s Checklist

The “Good News”


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