The Ignostic Atheologian: Explanation versus superstition « Evangelical Realism
In the end, theism is no more than reduced animism per Lamberth’s reduced animism argument, and thus as superstitious as full animism or polytheism!
Thus He is no more than necessary at any level than gremlins or demons at ours as the necessary being as explanation! He is no more so than a square circle could explain anything.
Supernaturalists themselves and we by providing reason against their arguments and for ours, evince that they themselves with their arguments from happiness-purpose and from angst, both lacking empircal foundation, find them guilty of that projection, father figure and our other naturalist arguments for why they believe!
Ponder what that magnificent full skeptic Michael Shermer expatiates in ” Why People Blieve Weird Thngs” and ” Why WeBelieve: the Search for God in an Age of Science.”