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Weak Supernaturalism

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By “Supernaturalism”, I mean a strong version beyond the humble “there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy”.

Interestingly:-

  1. In its context (Hamlet to Horatio) this refers to Duncan’s ghost whose real existence (even if non-fictional) a card-carrying ultradispensationalist would deny; and
  2. Additionally, Shakespeare was (probably) an atheist.
So, I’m not terribly interested in deistic speculation on what, if anything, caused the big bang (assuming, as I do, there to have been such an event).




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