A standard objection to traditional arguments for God is that even if the arguments were successful, they fail to prove that there is just ONE god, leaving open the possibility that polytheism is true, and that monotheism is false. In Phase 5 of his case for God in When Skeptics Ask (hereafter: WSA), Dr. Norman … Geisler’s Five Ways – Part 16: Just One Unlimited Being?
This paper sits behind a paywall and I do not have access, so I have not read it and have no opinion on its contents. (Aside: if a copy were to somehow magically arrive in my inbox, I would be very happy.) Here is the (quite lengthy!) abstract: Philosophers have postulated the existence of God … Adolf Grünbaum: The Poverty of Theistic Cosmology (2004)
I have not read this paper and so I have no opinion on its contents, but it looks very interesting. Abstract: The titular question here “Why is There A World AT ALL, Rather Than Just Nothing?” is a fusion of two successive queries posed by Leibniz in 1697 and 1714. He did so to lay the … Adolf Grünbaum: Why is There a World AT ALL, Rather Than Just Nothing? (2009)