PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION: ATHEISTIC ARGUMENTS
“The Arguments from Evil and Nonbelief.” A presentation and defense of two arguments for God's nonexistence, the Argument from Evil and the Argument from Nonbelief, with main emphasis upon the latter.
“Nonbelief vs. Lack of Evidence: Two Atheological Arguments.” According to the Lack-of-Evidence Argument, if God were to exist then there would be better objective evidence of that than there actually is. This essay gives reasons for regarding the Argument from Nonbelief to be a stronger atheological argument than that one.
“Incompatible-properties Arguments: a Survey.” Ten atheological arguments are presented (and briefly discussed) in each of which there is an apparently incompatible pair of divine attributes.
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The Drange-Wilson Debate. An internet debate on the existence of the Christian God, which took place from February to June of 1999.
“Nonbelief as Support for Atheism.” A critique of J. L. Schellenberg's version of the Argument from Nonbelief and a presentation and defense of Drange's own version of it. This paper was presented to the World Congress of Philosophy at Boston University in August 1998.
http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Reli/ReliDran.htm (off site)
"Does the Christian Deity Exist?" An Internet debate with Chris McHugh on the God of Christianity which took place from Nov. 2003 to May 2004.