The Philosophers' Magazine 39:83-86 (2007)

This exploration of the Family Guy character Francis Griffin (Peter's father) reveals the pitfalls of his evangelical mindset, and the epistemic shortcomings of evangelical epistemology. Scripture, Historical Tradition, and religious Experience (SHiTE) can't justify religious belief.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest  Family Guy  Nature of Religion
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