God and the Burden of Proof

In debating the existence of God, a fundamental question is who — if anyone — should bear the burden of proof. In God and the Burden of Proof, Keith Parsons explains why theists (but not nontheists) bear the burden of proof. Along the way, he manages to provide a nontechnical response to two of the most influential theistic philosophers of our time, Alvin Plantinga and Richard Swinburne. Highly recommended, despite the book’s excessive cost.