Is the Bible Really Independant Evidence for the Existance of God?

Faith and Philosophy 15 (3):373-374 (1998)
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Abstract

This paper considers John Lamont’s claim that the Bible is a basic form of evidence for the existence of God. It is argued to the contrary that its admissibility depends upon God’s existence being an acceptable real prior possibility.

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