Faith and Philosophy
In the preceding article Mikael Stenmark rejects both (a) Alvin Plantinga's specific arguments aimed at legitimating 'Augustinian' science (or more generally 'worldview-partisan' science) and (b) the legitimacy of such 'sciences' After contending further that the Augustinian-science strategy is in any case not the most appropriate response by believers to the matters motivating Plantinga's attempt, Stenmark then offers an alternative strategic proposal of his own. In the following response, I briefly raise some issues concerning Stenmark's exegesis of Plantinga, then take issue with Stenmark's philosophy of science and with the case he advances in support of his alternative proposal.
Ratzsch, Del, "Stenmark, planting a, and scientific neutrality" (2004). University Faculty Publications and Creative Works. 528.