. . . Providing an Articulate, Intelligent Voice in Defending Biblical Christianity in the Public Square

Q: I have a couple of questions regarding the Leibnizian Cosmological Argument I am wondering if you could help me sift through. In your book reasonable faith you state, “Premise one is a modest version of the Principle of Sufficient Reason. It circumvents the typical objections to strong versions of that principle. For one merely requires any existing thing to have an explanation of its existence. This premise is compatible with there being brute facts about the world.” What are an example of some of these brute facts about the world that this premise would be compatible with?