Discussion: Hiddenness, Take 2

More exciting news: This weekend I’ll be hosting a new discussion on the argument from Hiddenness, this time featuring a new panel of theists and atheists. I’m pretty excited about this one. Each participant is well-versed in this area, discussing hiddenness with this group should be pretty meaty. We go live right at 11am CST this Saturday, February 11, 2017. Check the link below.

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Here’s the version of the argument we’ll be discussing:

(1) If a perfectly loving God exists, then there exists a God who is always open to a personal relationship with any finite person.

(2) If there exists a God who is always open to a personal relationship with any finite person, then no finite person is ever nonresistantly in a state of nonbelief in relation to the proposition that God exists.

(3) If a perfectly loving God exists, then no finite person is ever nonresistantly in a state of nonbelief in relation to the proposition that God exists. (from 1, 2)

(4) Some finite persons are or have been nonresistantly in a state of nonbelief in relation to the proposition that God exists.

(5) No perfectly loving God exists. (from 3, 4)

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