Thursday, October 26, 2017
Around the web with Five Proofs
At The Secular Outpost, atheist Bradley Bowen inaugurates what promises to be an interesting series of posts on Five Proofs of the Existence of God. His verdict so far:
Unlike the cases for God by Geisler and Kreeft, Feser’s case is NOT a Steaming Pile of Crap, and it is a great pleasure to consider a case that at least has the potential to be a reasonable and intelligent case for God.
End quote. As they say, read the whole thing. “Feser’s case is NOT a Steaming Pile of Crap” may be my favorite book review ever.
At the blog After Aristotle, philosopher Richard Hennessey comments on Five Proofs, which he says “commands serious reading.”
And at Pagan Bloggers, Steven Dillon comments on the book from a polytheist perspective. He’s disappointed that I didn’t say more about that subject. I would have thought that giving arguments for the unity of God (which I do at some length in the book) counts as addressing that topic. But see for yourself.