How To Be a Skeptical Theist and a Commonsense Epistemologist

Faith and Philosophy 35 (3):345-355 (2018)
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Abstract
Trent Dougherty has argued that commonsense epistemology and skeptical theism are incompatible. In this paper, I explicate Dougherty’s argument, and show that (at least) one popular form of skeptical theism is compatible with commonsense epistemology.
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