Thursday, August 21, 2008

Beversluis's critique of Lewis's trilemma argument

John Beverslius, of course, has more than one paragraph devoted to Lewis's trilemma in his book. This is his entire chapter, which appears on Debunking Christianity. It's a good challenge for supporters of the argument, and a substantial improvement over his previous discussion.

2 comments:

Luke Abbott Thorne said...

Oi, I am afraid reading so much posturing this early in the morning is giving me a headache. Perhaps, after work I will finish reading his critique and come up with a response. I love C.S. Lewis' writings in both their simplicity and their rather humorous use of British understatement.

I very much look forward to your comments on the topic, Victor.

Cheers

Dmitry Chernikov said...

Victor, what do you think of my reply?