<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I love this guy. His book "the transcendental Temptation" was such
> an important piece of my intellectual discovery after leaving the
Before you read the book, you thought it was up to
you to *disprove* the existence of God, otherwise you
had no right to be skeptical?
> Thank you for posting this.
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "matrixmonitor"
> <matrixmonitor@> wrote:
> > --- In [EMAIL PROTECTED], "purushaz" <purushaz@> wrote:
> > "Free Inquiry", p 31, June/July 2006; "Why I am a Skeptic about
> > Religous Claims" by Paul Kurtz:
> > "
> > Succinctly, I maintain that the skeptical inquirer is dubious of
> > claims ...
> > 1. that God exists;
> > 2. that he is a person;
> > 3. that our ultimate moral principles are derived from God;
> > 4. that faith in God will provide eternal salvation; and
> > 5. that one cannot be good without belief in God.
> > I reiterate that the burden of proof rests upon those who believe
> > God. If they are unable to make the case for belief in God, then
> > have every right to remain a seeptic."
> > --- End forwarded message ---
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