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Nicholas Tattersall

The Evidential Argument from Evil (1998)

Tattersall explains the evidential argument from evil, refuting various theistic defenses to it.

A Critique of Miracles by C. S. Lewis (2000)

According to the blurb on the back of one publication of Lewis' book Miracles, "Lewis challenges the rationalists, agnostics and deists on their own grounds and makes out an impressive case for the irrationality of their assumptions." The aim of this essay is to provide an assessment of that claim.

A Response to Nicholas Tattersall's 'A Critique of Miracles by C. S. Lewis' (2001) by Darek Barefoot


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