Religious Studies 42 (1):101-109 (2006)

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Nick Trakakis
Australian Catholic University
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In this reply I argue that Durston's defence of his argument from the complexity of history ought to be unacceptable to the theist as it undermines not only common theistic attitudes towards God, such as gratitude and praise, but also the rationality of our ordinary moral practices.
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