Comments on Warranted Christian Belief

ElderDad's picture

The indented material


I have looked at the section you address. I would tend to agree that it is Plantinga's own thoughts, not a quotation. However, one of the forms of the document available is the page images that were converted to the digital basis for the pdf format. When I checked the page images, what I found is that Plantinga and his publisher did indeed indent this paragraph, perhaps for emphasis rather than as a quotation, or perhaps (may it never be!) the publisher indented where Plantinga didn't intend and the error was never caught. One of our general rules when we digitize these books is that we try to stay as true to the original published version as possible. In this case, I agree it leads to a little confusion, but the text will remain indented since that's the original form.

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Dave S.
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