Answering Your Atheist Philosophy Professor

April 16th, 2020

Could God make something that He couldn’t move? If God is perfect, why are humanity and the world so imperfect? 

In March of 2019, a San Diego State University professor of philosophy submitted an Opinion piece to the New York Times in which he claimed that God is an incoherent concept. The above are just some of the questions you will undoubtedly hear when you go off to college and encounter passionate, athiest philosophy professors like him for the first time. In fact, you might hear these questions already from peers or family members! What do we do about these arguments that seem so insurmountable?

The way to counter these arguments is much easier than you think. During this hour-long webinar, we read together the NYT article and discovered how, just using our own common sense and the powers of close reading, what seem to be complex, undeniable proofs for the absurdity of God’s existence are actually easily toppled through the logic they themselves utilize. 

You don’t need a Bible, you don’t need a philosophy textbook, you don’t need a college degree: You just need the mind you already have.

How does that sound? Want to be able to outsmart a college philosophy professor with your own high school brain?

You can read the NYT article here:

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