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Posted by on Oct 2, 2012 in arguments, epistemology, NEPA Freethought Society podcast, philosophy, problem of evil | 0 comments

NEPA Freethought Society Podcast #21 – Dr. David Kyle Johnson on ‘Natural Evil and the Simulation Hypothesis’

I’ve been waiting for the blogging network move in order to promote the newest episode of the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast which I host. …so here it is!

I interviewed Dr. David Kyle Johnson — assistant professor of philosophy at King’s College — concerning his newest paper titled ‘Natural Evil and the Simulation Hypothesis.’ We discussed contemporary Christian apologists and philosophers Alvin Plantinga and William Lane Craig and the threat which natural evil poses to the theist who may just be forced to accept the conclusion that the universe we live in is a computer simulation (and why this is much more likely than you think.

This episode and past episodes — including links to the podcast on iTunes and much more — can be found on the NEPA Freethought Society’s website podcast page. Like the podcast on Facebook, follow on Twitter, and subscribe to the RSS feed.

Enjoy!