Some atheists believe that there’s no evidence for God’s existence. That’s the topic of this live discussion. Is it true that there’s literally no evidence for God? Is it possible to defend such a thing?
This live discussion is hosted on YouTube. It’s completely free to watch. Click on the YouTube link in the embedded video below and subscribe to our channel if you’d like to participate in the live chat (or click here).
Dr. Josh Rasmussen
Joshua Rasmussen, Ph.D., is an associate professor of philosophy at Azusa Pacific University. His area of expertise is analytic metaphysics, with a focus on the foundations of existence and the philosophy of mind. He is author of Defending the Correspondence Theory of Truth, Necessary Existence (with Pruss), The Bridge of Reason, and How Reason Leads to God (forthcoming). Rasmussen values collaboration across disciplines and perspectives.
Check out his website here. He also has a really cool website that asks a series of questions that determine whether you’re already, perhaps unknowingly, committed to the existence of a necessary being. Take the survey and find out for yourself!
My name is Tom Jump. I wrote an epistemology and model of objective morality and I created a YouTube channel where I have debates and conversations with professors, philosophers, cosmologists, and academic theologians proficient in each of the relevant fields to my epistemology, where I demonstrate just how effective my models are at countering apologist arguments.