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CA68 Do Atheists Need Faith? with Ozymandias Ramses II

Ozy and I discuss whether atheists have faith, and whether it’s naive for atheists to hold a reflexively anti-faith position. We also discuss Hume’s problem of induction, external world skepticism, solipsism, properly basic beliefs, certainty, Alvin Plantinga’s Reformed foundationalism, reliabilism and our belief-forming mechanisms, presuppositionalism, movement atheism, and other various issues in epistemology.

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Ozy, Alex Malpass, and Matt Dillahunty [YouTube]

Ozy and Matt Dillahunty [YouTube]

Ozy on Real Atheology [YouTube]

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