Naturalists, like everyone else, generally trust their reason to lead them to truth.
If humans are just “robots made of meat,” then the seat of consciousness ought to be locatable somewhere in the brain.
Actor Max McLean points out an insight from Lewis on the role of apologetic and other arguments in maintaining faith.
Travis considers the history of Western thinking from Pythagoras and the pre-Socratic philosophers to Philo of Alexandria and onward.
In my recent debate with Matt Dillahunty about the existence of God, Dillahunty invoked his favorite argument against God’s existence.