principle.In response to that I want to offer three defeaters to this proposal:
1. Philosophical Naturalism.
2. A scientific theory of everything.
3. Sound atheological arguments.
The proposition that God, as an existent being, is a unfalsifiable proposition,
even in principle is false because God, as an existent can, in principle be
IF philosophical naturalism were shown to be true or probably true.
IF a scientific theory of everything was established as true or probably
IF any deductively sound or inductively strong atheological was established
as true or probably true.
4. If 1-3 were shown t be true in some combination of each other or taken
Philosophical naturalism, if true or probably true, would admit of no gods
or supernatural events.
A scientific theory of everything would establish a natural explanation for
everything in the universe, including a natural explanation for its
existence or coming into being therefore leaving no place for god on any
A deductively sound or inductively strong atheological argument against God
would prove with certainty or too a high degree of probability that God does
Given these facts I conclude that God, as an existent being, is a