One would have thought so, but it is interesting to hear the case urged by a Christian academic:
The common worldview among most scientists today has a name, actually, a couple of names. It is variously called “physicalism,” “materialism,” or “naturalism” since the basic concept asserts that reality consists of nothing but the physical, material world governed by nothing but natural law. Thus, C.S. Lewis called it the “nothing buttery” view. However it’s characterized, it’s a significant obstacle keeping many skeptics from taking the Christian account of reality seriously. That’s why in this month’s Solid Ground, I offer a critique of naturalism, developing three solid lines of reasoning to show naturalism’s inadequacy and Christianity’s superior “explanatory power.”
Guide for determining which Christian academic institutions to support: How clearly do they understand naturalism? Are they surrendering by degrees or fighting on the basis of evidence?
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