Emilnent philosopher A Plantinga has just written a book where he argues that
God-Believers have a "God-sense" that gives them evidence for God that is just as reliable as Sight-sense is in providing evidence that a tree is in front of you.
And that Un-believers lack this God-sense, sort of like a blind person lacking the sight sense.
Do you buy this?
Is it any different from saying that some people have a "Zeus-Sense," or that some people have a "Ghost-Sense," and that the rest of us lack it?
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