On (Not) Believing That God Has Answered a Prayer

Faith and Philosophy (1):132-141 (2017)
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Scott Davison has raised an epistemic challenge to the doctrine of petitionary prayer. Roughly, the challenge is that we cannot know or have reason to believe that a prayer has been answered. Davison argues that the epistemic challenge undermines all the extant defenses of petitionary prayer. I argue that it does not.

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Brian Embry
University of Toronto, St. George Campus (PhD)


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