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Natural Theology and God of the Gaps

Is there any theistic argument that can’t be accused of being a god-of-the-gaps argument?

And if not, then what happens to the god-of-the-gaps argument? Victor Reppert has a quick provocative answer to suggest.

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  1. Victor’s comments point back to an earlier post that he made (here), which pointed back to a post on your blog (here), which was referenced in the comment section by Tom (here).

    This subject has been brought up on a number of occasions here and, if I remember correctly, the critics responded by mentioning something about prediction, verification and statistics. 🙂

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