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By Nadine Guillotin-Plantard

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But exactly the same point can be made about Plantinga’s ‘victorious’ modal ontological argument: Since no (reasonable) person who doesn’t already accept that the claim that God exists is rationally acceptable will accept the claim that the premise in Plantinga’s argument is rationally acceptable, that argument fails to prove that the claim that God exists is rationally acceptable. Of course, all theists suppose that the claim that either God exists or 7 + 5 = 14 is rationally acceptable – and many theists suppose that the premise in Plantinga’s argument is rationally acceptable – but no one who denies (or doubts) that the claim that God exists is rationally acceptable will agree with theists in their assessment of these claims.

Still, it is evident, I think, that there is nothing contrary to reason or irrational in accepting this premise. What I claim for this argument, therefore, is that it establishes, not the truth of theism, but its rational acceptability. ”17 If we agree with Plantinga that this argument ‘establishes the rational acceptability of theism’, then, it seems to me, we have no choice but to agree that the following argument establishes the rational acceptability of atheism: 1. It is possible that there is no world that contains the amounts and kinds of evils that are present in our world and in which there is an omniscient, omnipotent, and perfectly good being.

It is very hard to believe that the arguments articulated by Plantinga in “Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments” could play any serious role in confirming and supporting Christian belief, or in ‘moving [reasonable and thoughtful] fence-sitters’, or in defeating potential defeaters for Christian belief. But as things stand, we have nothing more than Plantinga’s confident assertion that these argument sketches can be developed into fully fledged arguments that are capable of playing these roles. At the very least, it seems clear that no good reason has 16:35 P1: JyD 0521855314c01 CUNY806B/Baker 38 0 521 85531 0 April 17, 2007 Graham Oppy been provided to move atheists to allow that there are any good arguments of the kind to which Plantinga here adverts.

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