The best explanation does not require an explanation?
First William Lane Craig reasons that when we have the best explanation, we do not need an explanation of the explanation:
A common response to this argument is answered to here:
I was wondering if his reasoning is sound. If so, should people stop asking the "who designed the designer" question?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
William Lane Craig's reasoning is not sound, for the very reason that he is proposing that we limit the extent of our reasoning. The best explanation is always reasonable, not necessarily idealistic.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes. Just so!