Here is Robin Schumacher’s Critique of Stephen Hawking’s Three Arguments Against God. Good stuff!
By Robin Schumacher at Confident Christian
In a recent exchange with a Spanish journalist, physicist Stephen Hawking affirmed again that he was an atheist and asserted that a supernatural Creator is not necessary to answer the foundational philosophical question posed long ago by philosopher/mathematician Gottfried Leibniz: “why do we have something rather than nothing?”
There is no doubt that Hawking’s intellect exceeds the vast majority on this planet (including mine) and that his professional achievements are astounding, especially given his physical handicap, and deserve high respect. But when he argues against the existence of God, I’m rather surprised at his core arguments, which can be found in various works such as The Grand Design.
Let’s take a look at Hawking’s three key arguments against God and see what answers for them can be had.
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