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Presented to CNS on November 15, 2010 by: Mr. Ken Samples, MA. Reasons to Believe, Glendora, CA 91740
A reflective person by nature, Charles Darwin initially had doubts about his proposed theory of evolution. Darwin worried about the philosophical implications of his biological theory. One of the areas in particular that bothered Darwin was whether an evolved human mind could be trusted to produce reliable truth about reality. This lecture by professor Kenneth Samples proposes that atheistic, evolutionary naturalism faces three potential defeaters in its attempt to explain humankind's rational faculties in general and truth about reality in particular.