Robert Larmer examines in what sense the occurrence of events plausibly viewed as miracles can be taken as providing evidence for the truth of theism.
Part 4: Miracles and the Progress of Science
Robert Larmer shows that the progress of science strengthens rather than undermines paradigm examples of miracle claims.
Part 3: Do Miracles Require Extraordinary Evidence?
The nature and significance for miracles is examined.
Part 2: Miracles and the Principle of the Conservation of Energy
Robert Larmer continues his series on ‘Miracle: an argument,’ where he addresses a common scientific objection against supernatural intervention.
Part 1: Miracles and the Laws of Nature
This article addresses the claim that miracles are a violation of nature.
Ramified Natural Theology, the Moser Way?
Moser has leveled a challenge to produce a plausible piece of natural theology which is not deficient in this respect. Here I attempt to do exactly that. I defend a version of the moral argument which does not presuppose moral realism of any sort.
A Biblical Nota Bene on Philosophical Inquiry
What makes ‘Christian philosophy’ Christian, and not merely theist? Minimally, the biblical logic on this question requires that our inquiry stems from the particular teaching and practices prescribed from Moses to Jesus
Is Christ-Shaped Philosophy Really Philosophy?
This paper examines the contours of Paul Moser’s Christ-shaped philosophy in the original paper and the developments in his response to challenges, especially those regarding the narrow scope of his project.