Volume 17, Issue 2, 2015
Creation, Causality, and Abstracta
Tedla G. Woldeyohannes
How Not to Attack Natural Theology
Rejoinder to Moser
Paul Moser responds to my article in two major sections. In the first section, Moser argues that New Testament writers did not use natural theology arguments. Moser then suggests that, following New Testament writers, contemporary Christian philosophers and apologists should abandon the use of natural theology, especially in Christian apologetics. I show that Moser’s proposal is mistaken. In the second section, Moser issues a series of challenges to objections I raised against the implications of his religious epistemology to Christian apologetics,especially regarding the use of natural theology arguments in Christian apologetics. In the second section, I respond to Moser’s key challenges.