Argument from reason

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The argument from reason is an argument against metaphysical naturalism and for the existence of God (or at least a supernatural being that is the source of human reason). The best-known defender of the argument is C. S. Lewis. Lewis first defended the argument at length in his 1947 book, Miracles: A Preliminary Study. In the second edition of Miracles (1960), Lewis substantially revised and expanded the argument. Read on 

See also: Reasons for God

Book Recommendation: C. S. Lewis’s Dangerous Idea: In Defense of the Argument from Reason




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