A Creator God cannot be a Reasonable Explanation | Center for Inquiry


A Creator God cannot be a Reasonable Explanation | Center for Inquiry

 

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  1. God functions as an empty term,because natural causes and explanations themselves are the sufficient reason contrary to Leibniz’s bald assertion.They need no director, and science reveals no director per Lamberth’s the teleonomic argument.
    To add His intent behind natural causes contradicts then science’s findings, and also violates the Ockham with the convoluted.ad hoc assumptions needed to instantiate Him! Therefore, contrary to Alister Earl McGrath, He is a useless redundancy, who means nothing more than God wills what He wills, that tautology, meaning God did it whether in directly doing something or directing a natural cause.
    The Ockham here reinforces the ignostic challenge that whilst semantically meaningful like Santa Claus, He is factually meaningless, and no more than a unicorn or married bachelor!
    That all arguments for His very existence fail, then He has no referents as that Grand Miracle Monger, and therefore cannot exist!
    This is my addition to ignosticism-igtheism.
    How then might people have a relationship with a square circle?
    Religious experience provides no empirical basis for Him as it is just people’s own mental states at work, and to posit Him behind them, begs the question.
    Therefore, no naturalist has to traverse the Cosmos nor have omniscience herself to proclaim: no God can possibly exist! Analysis, rather than dogma rules!

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