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Opening for Dinner in Durham

As you may remember, I am hosting a dinner for a few members of the blog on my home turf, in Durham NC, on Monday Sept. 24.   One of the people who had originally planned on coming has had a conflict and has to back out.  So I have one more opening at the table.  If you are interested in coming — the first to respond gets the seat!  Please contact me not here on the blog, but via email at behrman@email.unc.edu    The only requirements are that you be a member of the blog, that you show up willing to talk, and that you pay for your own meal.


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Comments

  1. Hume  September 4, 2018

    Why don’t you think the prime mover or cosmological argument is a good proof for God?

    • Bart
      Bart  September 6, 2018

      It has the same problems as any theory of origins: where did the origin or originator come from? So it doesn’t *solve* the problem but just asserts a different answer to it, and one that isn’t needed. (If you say, God was always there, then you’re saying you don’t need an originator, so the argument is self-defeating.)

      • jdub3125  September 7, 2018

        Professor, if the cosmos is assumed to be evidence of an originator, do you think it is evidence of exactly one originator, as opposed to a multiple, and if the evidence is for the existence of a creator(s) billions of earth years ago, is that evidence that the orginator(s) still exists?

        • Bart
          Bart  September 9, 2018

          I don’t think it does provide evidence, by the fact of its existence, of some kind of originator (if you mean a personal force, who “created” it)

  2. plparker  September 13, 2018

    Will Hurricane Florence postpone these dinner plans?

  3. Lev
    Lev  September 13, 2018

    I’ve just read page 121 of Triumph of Christianity – and I have to ask, Bart – will you be ordering Sea Bass for this dinner?! 🙂

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