Monday, October 05, 2009

From Defeating Defeaters: Those Darned Intuitions

According to William Lane Craig, one thing that makes Christianity plausible is that it fits with those worthless moral intuitions we've got.


Doctor Logic said...

It fits with moral bias? Sure. And, what's more, Christians self-select themselves into sects which best fit their own moral biases. Hence, the Christian's personal God likes the same people the Christian personally likes, etc.

If the Christian God is a myth, then the Bible is a human creation reflecting human bias. Are Christian boffins seriously going to claim that biblical harmony with the human moral intuition of its adherents is a test for theism?

NormaJean said...

and yet I can run a parallel argument against your very assertion, Dr. Logic. Is there a fallacy for your maneuver?