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Response to a New God Argument Critique by Timothy Killian

Timothy Killian authored a critique of the New God Argument (NGA). Entitled "An Analytic Review of Lincoln Cannon's 'The New God Argument'", the critique includes some interesting thoughts about NGA's assumptions. The critique also includes numerous mischaracterizations of NGA, the Simulation Argument (SA), and their relationship. And the critique includes numerous logical errors.
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