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Are theists just lazy to argue God is a sufficient causal explanation? My answer to this week's blog challenge:
Posted by Brett Kunkle on September 26, 2013 at 02:23 PM in :Brett Kunkle, Apologetics, Challenge Q&A, Science, Video | Permalink
Good point about having a "sufficient stopping point." But my question was: Sufficient for what? In other words, what are we going to do with the explanations we come up with? That's the important thing.
God is a sufficient stopping point in your inquiry, because you want to glorify God and go to heaven. That's not sufficient for Krauss, because he wants to do other things. Maybe Krauss wants to create his own mini-universe inside an artificial black hole, for example. Just knowing God did it doesn't tell us how we can do it ourselves.
John Moore |
September 26, 2013 at 04:44 PM
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