On reasonable nonbelief and perfect love: Replies to Henry and Lehe

Faith and Philosophy 22 (3):330-342 (2005)
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Some Christian philosophers wonder whether a God really would oppose reasonable nonbelief. Others think the answer to the problem of reasonable nonbelief is that there isn’t any. Between them, Douglas V. Henry and Robert T. Lehe cover all of this ground in their recent responses to my work on Divine hiddenness. Here I give my answers to their arguments

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J. L. Schellenberg
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