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Hiddenness of God

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016)

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  1. Is There Non-Resistant Non-Belief?Stephen Napier - forthcoming - Religious Studies:1-17.
    Most commentators on the argument from divine hiddenness agree that there exists non-resistant non-belief. This article challenges this orthodoxy by arguing that on closer inspection, this premise is problematic. The putative categories of non-resistant non-belief are really instances of resistance, or non-resistant non-belief of the sort that is not incongruent with what a good and loving God would allow. One of the central critiques offered here is that Schellenberg's argument against the veridicality of religious experience, if true, calls into question (...)
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  • Private Evidence for Atheism.Aaron Bartolome - forthcoming - Religious Studies:1-18.
    This article presents an argument for atheism that contains a premise stated from the first-person perspective and that is intended to rationally persuade people who satisfy certain conditions. The argument also contains a premise about what God would do, if God existed, that is acceptable to theists and is affirmed in some major monotheistic religious traditions. This article explains how the argument differs from some other familiar arguments for atheism and then discusses some critical responses to it.
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  • Getting to Know a God You Do Not Believe In: Panentheism, Externalism, and Divine Hiddenness.Harvey Cawdron - 2021 - Zygon 56 (2):352-373.
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