Posted: Aug 14, 2013 7:19 am
by Thomas Eshuis
By showing the high probability of an existence of a "god" through examples of quantum mechanics, and cosmology, laws of order and chaos, we can establish a foundation for deism.

As Dillahunty said, if you have no precedence or evidence for X, you cannot determine how likely X is, especially not when X is so vague a concept as God(s).

By showing the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus we can close the gap onto Christianity.

The historicity of Jesus, much less his resurrection is not established and I don't think Will be able to make a convincing argument for the latter. But we'll see.

By showing the reliability of the Bible we can be reassured about the contents of the book.

This should be easy for Byron to deal with.