Thursday, 21 March 2013

An Ignostic Argument

The Kalam Cosmological Argument attracts a lot of attention from faithists and sceptics alike because of its superficial simplicity. Here is the case for ignosticism presented in similar format:-

1. The statement that an immaterial, timeless 'something' exists is without discernible meaning.
2. God is a 'something' defined by theists as having the properties of immateriality and timelessness.
3. Conclusion; the statement "God exists" has no discernible meaning.

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