Can Belief in the Christian God be Properly Basic? A Pannenbergian Perspective on Plantinga and Basic Beliefs

Charles Gutenson


In this essay Charles Gutenson argues that belief in God cannot be a properly basic belief. He develops his argument by examining in some detail the more evidentialist position of Wolfhart Pannenberg and using the insights gained there to critique Alvin Plantinga's claim that belief in God may be properly basic. Mr. Gutenson is a John Wesley Fellow.


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