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Skeptic Shermer Won’t Be Fooled Again; Gets Fooled Again | Thinking Christian

January 21, 2019

“…Let me replay it in case you missed it: Every religion has a chance of being false, therefore we should conclude that none of them is true. There’s another version: Our experimental methods, designed to give us heuristic knowledge about the natural world, don’t give us certain knowledge in the extra-natural world; therefore we conclude that there is no knowledge of the extra-natural world.

Neither conclusion follows from the premises, but Shermer commits to both of them. He’s not such a good skeptic after all. He believes both of those conclusions, even though they might be false — no, even though they certainly are…”

Source: Skeptic Shermer Won’t Be Fooled Again; Gets Fooled Again | Thinking Christian