Nonbelief vs. Lack of Evidence

Philo 1 (1):105-114 (1998)

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Theodore Drange
West Virginia University
Abstract
After a presentation of the problem of God's hiddenness, there is discussion of two arguments for God's nonexistence related to that problem. One is the Lack-of-evidence Argument (LEA), according to which there would have been good objective evidence of God's existence if he were to exist. The other is the Argument from Nonbelief (ANB), according to which there would not be as many nonbelievers as there actually are if God were to exist. Reasons are given for assessing ANB as a stronger argument than LEA.
Keywords Philosophy and Religion
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ISBN(s) 1098-3570
DOI 10.5840/philo1998119
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