Discreditable Origins and the Significance of Natural Theology
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
- The article presents the author's views on religious belief and the impact of accommodation response to deliverances of cognitive psychology and other related fields. He comments that the accommodating response defends the logic of religious belief that depends on the success of natural theology. He tackles the relations between two instances and an account of religious belief arising from modern cognitive science.
Natural theology; Philosophy and cognitive science
Midwest Studies In Philosophy
DOI of Published Version
Ten Elshof, Gregg A., "Discreditable Origins and the Significance of Natural Theology" (2013). Faculty Articles & Research. 344.