“The question about God is not merely a question about another entity but a question about the character of the universe as a whole. The rejection of the cosmological argument implicitly carries with it a commitment to a rival metaphysical view, such as pantheism or naturalism. Ultimately, the question is not, ‘Can God’s existence be proved?’ but ‘Which metaphysical view is most plausible?'”
– C. Stephen Evans
1 C. Stephen Evans, Philosophy of Religion: Thinking About Faith (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1982), p. 59.
What was last year’s post? See here.