Thursday, August 02, 2007

A Seminar on the Rationality of Belief in God

I think it is rational to believe that God exists. I and certain other philosophers believe that atheism is fundamentally non-rational. (E.g., Robert Adams, Alvin Plantinga, Victor Reppert, Nicholas Wolterstorff, J.P. Moreland.)

I will be giving a seminar, this Sunday evening, on “Why It Is Rational To Believe There Is A God.” I love talking about this subject, and began studying it 36 years ago when I converted from being a quasi-deist to a theist. My Ph.D studies at Northwestern University were in this area, and I teach Logic and Philosophy of Religion at MCCC (this is, I think, my 7th or 8th year of teaching there. I’ll teach these two courses in the coming fall semester).

Details of my seminar:

Sunday, August 5, 7-8:30 PM
Redeemer Fellowship Church, 5305 Evergreen, Monroe, Michigan

It will be a lecture/dialogue format with room for questions.