Thomas M. Cothran

Interstices between philosophy and theology

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Clarifications on the First Step in the Proof for the Existence of God

This is a part of the ongoing series setting out an argument for the existence of God. For an overview of the series, click here. The numbers (e.g., 1.3) refer to the premises. The “1” in 1.3 refers to Step… Continue Reading →

Step 1: The Necessity of an Unconditioned Reality

This is the third post in the ongoing series presenting an argument for the existence of God. In this post we move into the argument itself, taking the first step toward an argument for the existence of God. In this… Continue Reading →

Roadmap for an Argument for the Existence of God

This is the second in a series of posts setting out an argument for the existence of God. This post sets out the initial roadmap for the argument for the existence of God that will be set out in later… Continue Reading →

How Should We Speak of God? A Response to Daniel Linford

My new article, “How Should We Speak of God? A Response to Daniel Linford” has been posted at Strange Notions. Here is an excerpt: Last December, an article by Daniel Linford entitled “Do Atheists Reject the Wrong Kind of God?… Continue Reading →

A Webb of Confusion

Stephen Webb’s recent article, “The End of the Analogy of Being,” follows a now familiar pattern. Webb sets forth a characterization of some thinker that bears almost no resemblance to what that thinker said, and, on consulting that thinker’s works,… Continue Reading →

Introductory Remarks to An Argument for the Existence of God

It is commonly assumed that there is no compelling argument for the existence of God. However, the argument for the existence of God is more compelling than almost any other argument about the fundamental nature of reality. The existence of… Continue Reading →

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