Many religions claim to state truths about the nature of the universe and human destiny which are important or even necessary for human salvation and ultimate well-being. Many of these truths seem to be incompatible; yet there is no agreed method for deciding which are to be accepted; and equally intelligent, informed, virtuous and holy people belong to different faiths.4
KeywordsReligious Belief Religious Commitment Religious Pluralism Prima Facie Case Doxastic Voluntarism
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- 3.John L. Schellenberg argues that: ‘the weakness and ambiguity of our evidence for the existence of God is not a sign that God is hidden; it is a revelation that God does not exist’. Divine Hiddenness and Human Reason (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1993), p. 1.Google Scholar
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