Quote by: Alvin Plantinga

De jure objections are arguments of claims to the effect that Christian belief, whether or not true, is at any rate unjustifiable, or rationally unjustified, or irrational, or not intellectually respectable, or contrary to sound morality, or without sufficient evidence, or in some other way rationally unacceptable, not up to snuff from an intellectual point of view.

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Author Bio

  • NameAlvin Plantinga
  • DescriptionAmerican Christian philosopher
  • BornNovember 15, 1932
  • CountryUnited States Of America
  • ProfessionTheologian; Philosopher
  • AwardsGuggenheim Fellowship