Geisler’s Case for the Existence of God


In October of 2016,  I began to analyze and evaluate Norman Geisler’s case for God in his book When Skeptics Ask, and to present my criticism of his case in posts here at The Secular Outpost.

Over a period of several months, I wrote 18 posts focused on various phases and arguments in Geisler’s case.  In September of 2017, nearly a year after beginning to examine Geisler’s case, I wrote a 19th post summarizing a number of my key objections to his case:

For a more detailed analysis and critique of Geisler’s case, or of a specific argument in his case, see the previous 18 posts in this series: