Philo 11 (2):193-202 (2008)

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I examine the two main arguments that Richard Dawkins offers in The God Delusion to convince believers that God does not exist. Dawkins’ arguments, as stated, are not successful. Neither do sympathetic extensive reformulations have what it takes to require a believer to admit that God probably does not exist. I further argue against Dawkins’ assuming that belief in God, if legitimate, can be only a scientific hypothesis
Keywords Philosophy and Religion
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ISBN(s) 1098-3570
DOI 10.5840/philo200811211
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