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Rejoinder to Angus Menuge on Ramified Personalized Natural Theology

by Paul K. Moser

This article is a rejoinder to Angus Menuge’s latest proposal of “a third way between standard natural theology and Gethsemane epistemology” for the Christ-Shaped Philosophy project.

I contend that we do not have a stable third way, because any alternative to Gethsemane epistemology, like the arguments of traditional natural theology, neglects the distinctiveness of the evidence for the self-authenticating Christian God and does not offer a resilient defense of belief in this God.

Advocates of the traditional arguments of natural theology fail to represent the ontological and evidential uniqueness of this God.

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