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Abstract. Divine hiddenness is the idea that God is in some sense hidden or obscure. This dissertation responds to J.L. Schellenberg\u27s argument, based on divine hiddenness and human reason, against the existence of God.. SchellenbergвЂ™s Divine Hiddenness Argument (DHA) since the publication of his Divine Hiddenness and Human Reasonin 1993. 1. Briefly stated, the argument says that the existence of nonresistant nonbelief is evidence against the existence of God, where nonbelief occurs whenever one вЂњfails (for whatever reason and in whatever way) to believe that there is a God.вЂќ 2. Fleshing this out.
Introduction: The Hiddenness of God DANIEL HOWARD-SNYDER AND PAUL K. MOSER Many people are perplexed, even troubled, by the fact that God (if such there be) has not made His existence sufп¬Ѓciently clear. This fact вЂ“ the fact of divine hiddenness вЂ“ is a source of existential concern for many people. That is, it raises problems about their very existence, particularly its value and purpose The argument from reasonable nonbelief (or the argument from divine hiddenness) was first elaborated in J. L. Schellenberg's 1993 book Divine Hiddenness and Human Reason. This argument says that if God existed (and was perfectly good and loving) every reasonable person would have been brought to believe in God; however, there are reasonable nonbelievers; therefore, this God does not exist.
The problem of divine hiddenness has become one of the most prominent arguments for atheism in the current philosophy of religion literature. Schellenberg (Divine hiddenness and human reason 1993), one of the problemвЂ™s prominent advocates, holds that the only way to prevent completely the. ATR/97.1 33 C. S. Lewis on the Problem of Divine Hiddenness Travis Dumsday* Along with the problem of evil, the problem of divine hiddenness has become one of вЂ¦.
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69 HUMANITIES ISchellenbergвЂ™s Argument from Divine Hiddenness t was J.L SchellenbergвЂ™s influential book Divine Hiddenness and Human Reason (1993) which first attempted to lay out an.
8 Idem, Divine Hiddenness and Human Reason, 18вЂ“21; cf. idem Wisdom to Doubt, 199вЂ“200. 9 This claim seems particularly reasonable on the plausible assumption that propositions like (a) вЂGod knows p вЂ™ entail (b) вЂGod knows that he knows that p вЂ™, and (c) вЂGod has infallible warrant for his belief that p вЂ™.. 31Schellenberg, Divine Hiddenness and Human Reason, Ch. 1. This is a simple version of his This is a simple version of his argument; however, my objection to this simple version can be applied to the more sophisticated. Volume I focuses on concepts of the divine while Volume II explores arguments for and against the existence of a divine reality, with special attention to the problem of evil, the problem of divine hiddenness, and the case for.
human beings. Finally, the demographics make the argument from divine hiddenness in some ways a better atheological argument than the more familiar argument from evil. The argument from divine hiddenness According to the argument from divine hiddenness (ADH), GodвЂ™s existence is disconп¬Ѓrmed by the fact that not everyone believes in God. Over the years the argument has вЂ¦ Divine hiddenness and the one sheep Divine hiddenness and the one sheep Dumsday, Travis 2015-08-06 00:00:00 Next to the problem of evil, the problem of divine hiddenness has become the most prominent argument for atheism in the current literature.