Monday, 3 March 2014

Divine hiddenness

Reading Richard Carrier's Why I Am Not A Christian today I was struck by a rather eloquent summation of the Argument from Divine Hiddenness:
A loving God would not hide the life preserver he supposedly threw to me, nor would he toss it into a fog, but near to me, where it was plain to see, and he would help me accomplish whatever I needed to reach it and be saved. For that is what I would do for anyone else. And no Christian can believe that I, a mere human infidel, am more fair and loving than their own God. So there is no way to escape this conclusion. Christianity is fully refuted by its own dismal state of evidence.
It's a bargain in the Amazon Kindle store for $3.69.

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