In this blog post, I outline the main arguments of Dr. Michael Rota's book, Taking Pascal's Wager.

In Mark 10:17-18, a rich man says to Jesus, “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life.” Jesus responds by saying, “Why do you call me good? No one is good except God alone.” Some interpreters take Jesus’ words here to be a denial that he is good, thus implying that he is not divine. I argue that Jesus' response to the man implies that he is good in three ways, and thus implies that he is divine.

In this blog post, I make a brief case that belief in God can be rational apart from an argument.