Complexity and Naturalism

One of the strongest arguments against naturalism is the complexity of creation in general and human beings in particular. The human brain, specifically, is essentially a bag of water and tissue fiber that has remarkable abilities to reason, think, and to evaluate the information resented to it. If human beings developed by chance or through random processes, then we cannot be certain that what we think we perceive is real or that what we reason and conclude is correct and truly corresponds to reality.

About Michael R. Jones

Pastor and PhD candidate writing on Paul's theology of suffering.
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