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Alvin Plantinga, as a Christian philosopher, seeks to defend Christian theism (hereafter CT) by arguing that, if Christian belief is true, then it is also likely warranted. Plantinga argues that there are very few (if any) good de jure objections to Christian theism that do not depend on de facto objections. He argues, further, that if Christian belief is true, then something very much like the 'sensus divinitatus' (ST) exists, and ST, if it is functioning properly in a suitable environment, produces true (or mostly true) beliefs in its subjects, and that such belief is warranted under these conditions. He contends that ST is both logically and epistemically possible and plausible.
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