Bryan N. Smith
Science and Faith (PHIL 6320), Houston Baptist University, October 2014


In his critical review of Alvin Plantinga’s monumental work, Warranted Christian Belief, philosopher Tyler Wunder levels several objections to certain portions of the book’s central argument. Although some of his objections may have some merit, it is the contention of this paper that the objection most central to Wunder’s critical review, once examined within the wider context of Plantinga’s thought (specifically his evolutionary argument against naturalism), is ultimately self-defeating and therefore fails to hit its intended mark.

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