Before I embarked on a chapter-by-chapter critique of Dembski & Licona's Evidence for God, I began a series of refutations of some of the popular arguments for the existence of God. It's obviously not exhaustive, and I've had further thoughts on some of them since, but here are links to all seven of my original posts.
*Fred is A. C. Grayling's term for "any suppositious supernatural agency defined ad hoc for some purpose religionists have in mind."
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