Can God be proved by definition? That’s the claim of the Ontological Argument for God’s existence.
Christian philosopher Peter S Williams and sceptic philosopher Peter Millican from Oxford University explore the different versions of the argument. Williams defends the argument, Millican believes it is flawed.

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For Peter S Williams: www.peterswilliams.com 

Peter SW YouTube Playlist on the OA: YouTube

Peter SW teaching on the argument: s51.podbean.com

For Peter Millican: www.millican.org

Graham Oppy’s Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on Ontological Arguments: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ontological-arguments/

For Millican’s 2011 debate with William Lane Craig: www.premier.org.uk/radio/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable/Episodes/Unbelievable-26-Oct-2011-William-Lane-Craig-vs-Peter-Millican-Does-God-Exist

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